Tag: Max Verstappen

Best Point From Baku: Verstappen Hasn’t Changed His Ways

Posted: May 1, 2018 at 11:43 am   /   F1 Features

The aftermath of the Red Bull Racing mating episode has seen everyone offer their view on which driver was to blame. While I offer my analysis in this post, the best point about Baku from a Formula 1 point of view was that Max Verstappen hasn’t changed his ways. He’s aggressive, still one of the […]

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Max Verstappen Should Get A Sports Psychologist

Posted: April 18, 2018 at 2:58 pm   /   Inside Line F1 Podcast

There we said it, well someone had to. We know Max Verstappen has been smug about working with a sports psychologist, but maybe it is time that he does? Some of the world’s top athletes do so and Verstappen is on his journey to becoming one – this is one vital support system that he […]

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Red Bull Need Ricciardo, Not The Other Way Around

Posted: April 17, 2018 at 11:55 am   /   F1 Features

The 2018 Chinese Grand Prix was yet another brilliant race for Formula 1; and also for Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian, who has been overshadowed in Red Bull Racing thanks to the buzz around Max Verstappen, drove a classic to overtake the faster four cars (Ferrari x 2 + Mercedes x 2) and claim victory. All […]

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Verstappen’s Verdict Of The Australian GP Is Inaccurate

Posted: March 27, 2018 at 9:04 pm   /   F1 Features

I disagree with Max Verstappen’s verdict of the 2018 Australian Grand Prix. And here’s why: Sebastian Vettel was on course to finish third in the 2018 Australian Grand Prix, behind teammate Kimi Raikkonen and early race leader Lewis Hamilton. But Ferrari’s gamble and a stroke of good luck saw the former quadruple World Champion snatch […]

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