With the end of the safety car phase, Max Verstappen lost radio contact with the team. Despite the one-way street radio, he can save the lead until the very end.
Montreal – Key Team red Bull Already wondering why after restart resulting in safety car phase? Max Verstappen was unusually silent. In the end, the team realized that the radio link in the driver’s direction was working, but his responses could not be reversed. Nevertheless, the Dutchman was able to win an exciting final stage in Canada,
Max Verstappen – Forced to Shut Up
Even for Verstappen himself, the failure of the pit radio could not be clearly localised. “I think it must have worked before, or it didn’t work before, which might not have bothered him,” he said. motorsport.com Dutchman. “So at least there were no complaints,” said Red Bull of Canada’s GP. After Boss Helmut Marko sky with a wink.
Those responsible in the Red Bull Racing team will certainly be upset, as a functioning team radio is a prerequisite for tactical discussions within the team. However, since Verstappen is not known for playing the quietest vocals on the radio, the winner shows at least some self-irony.
Shortly before – after the second pit stop – did Red Bull Racing engineer Gianpiero Lambius feel Verstappen’s non-diplomatic streak. After the pit crew did a really good job, they almost bumped into me while exiting the pit alley Lewis Hamilton, “Why didn’t you make sure I was in the front at the end?” Verstappen accused the engineer. Lambius – already accustomed to similar failures from his driver – replied calmly that they were too slow.
Verstappen also wins with one-way street radio
Yuki Tsunoda crashed shortly after the incident with Hamilton and later the safety car stage, the main competitor. carlos sanzo but used to ferrari To install new tyres. But even after the restart, Verstappen was able to stop Sainz at the ever-closer and win at the finish line by a few tenths of a second. In the end Red Bull won – Currently 1st in the Constructors’ Championship — and Verstappen and a crew whose ears should be a little more relaxed than after the race with a permanent Verstappen sound. (Mr)
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