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Max Verstappen admits that he misses having a team-mate of the calibre of Daniel Ricciardo, both on a personal level and with Red Bull in mind.
Max Verstappen doesn’t see any remaining races in the 2019 season where Red Bull could realistically claim victory.
Max Verstappen is the “fastest driver that has ever” driven an F1 car; that’s according to former World Champion Jenson Button.
Charles Leclerc is a “much, much better” driver than Max Verstappen as he makes fewer mistakes, that’s according to Eddie Irvine.
They have shown glimpses of what they are capable of this season and Max Verstappen is hopeful that Red Bull can “put it all together next year”.
Helmut Marko says it was “clear” Charles Leclerc deserved a penalty for his clash with Max Verstappen as he would have gone off the track had he not hit the Red Bull.
Ex-Formula 1 driver turned commentator, Jolyon Palmer, believes there is an “irony” to Max Verstappen’s complaints about Charles Leclerc in Japan.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc has accepted full responsibility for his incident with Max Verstappen at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen lashed out at the stewards for their treatment of incidents involving Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the Japanese GP.
Charles Leclerc has blamed a snap of understeer for his first-lap clash with Max Verstappen at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc was left with front wing damage after hitting Max Verstappen on the opening lap of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen’s FIFA tournament is going smoothly at Suzuka, but he couldn’t help himself when it came to taking a dig at Red Bull.
Max Verstappen says he doesn’t mind hard racing, after all he’s in F1 to win, not to be liked, but feels there is a line such as what Michael Schumacher crossed in 1994.
Max Verstappen was happy with his jump in performance between FP1 and 2, but feels there is a long way to go to catch Mercedes in Japan.
Max Verstappen has said he is “not too worried” about his Red Bull future at the moment despite Red Bull lagging behind in the top three race of late.
Max Verstappen doesn’t care who his 2020 Red Bull team-mate is, he only wants a partner who will push him to drive faster and help him “break” rivals.
Max Verstappen has explained why he is not committing to Red Bull, or Formula 1 for that matter, beyond the 2020 season just yet.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen thinks we will see a “very strong” Ferrari at the Japanese Grand Prix this upcoming weekend.
Max Verstappen has warned that the drivers don’t want F1 to become “artificial and fake” like “American wrestling”.
Max Verstappen doesn’t agree with F1’s decision to extend the calendar to 22 races, fearing it could even lead to “divorces” for the teams’ crews.
Max Verstappen believes he can go “two tenths quicker” than Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc if he had the same car as them.
Jos and Max Verstappen have both painted a pretty bleak picture of current events at Red Bull following the summer break.
Max Verstappen reckons part of Lewis Hamilton’s success has been down to him not having had to face the “strongest” of team-mates.
In what he described as a “boring” Russian GP, Max Verstappen believes he maximised his result by finishing P4.
Daniil Kvyat will start his home race, the Russian Grand Prix, from the very back of the grid after incurring multiple power unit penalties.
Max Verstappen is targeting a P4/5 finish in the Russian GP and doesn’t expect to be able to challenge Ferrari or Lewis Hamilton.
“It’s only five places so it’s not that bad,” was Max Verstappen’s verdict after he was asked if he was disappointed with the decision to a grid penalty at Sochi instead of Singapore.
Max Verstappen replaced Charles Leclerc at the top of the timesheet in Russia after setting the fastest lap of FP2 at the Sochi Autodrom.
Max Verstappen insists that he doesn’t want to be a factor in who Red Bull chose to partner him for the 2020 season.
Charles Leclerc put aside his Singapore disappointment to set the pace in Friday’s first practice for the Russian GP as Daniil Kvyat’s home race got off to a bad start.