Verstappen: “We were unlucky in Melbourne, but I’m ready to fight for victory”


The Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), triple world champion and leader of the Formula One World Championship, announced that he had “bad luck in Melbourne” -where he was abandoned, due to a brake problem, in the second lap-, but that, with a view to the Japanese Grand Prix, which will be held this weekend in Suzukihis team is “optimistic” and he is “ready to fight for victory.”

“Suzuka is always a great circuit to race at. As a team, we have many special memories of this circuit over the years, like winning the constructors’ title last year or when we celebrated (in the same way, mathematically, at the time) my second driver ‘ World Championship, here too. ” commented Verstappen, 26 years old, with 56 victories and one hundred podiums in Formula One.

“It was good to have a short break to be with family and friends before the race; and it’s also fun to spend some time in Tokyo. The last race, in Melbourne, was unfortunate; and these things happen. However, we were able to string together nine victories, something remarkable; so we hope to come back stronger this weekend,” commented ‘Mad Max’, who before leaving Albert Park in the capital of Victoria won the first two races of the year, in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

“The team is optimistic ahead of Suzuka; It’s an iconic circuit and one that’s fun to drive,” explained the Dutch super-sports predator.

“The track has a lot of high-speed corners and high (tyre) degradation and we need to make sure we optimize our performance where we can, especially with rain forecast this weekend,” warned ‘ Mad Max’.

“I’m looking forward to getting back in the car; and I’m ready to fight for victory this weekend,” declared Verstappen with a view to the Japanese Grand Prix.

Source: La Verdad


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