‘Max Verstappen wasn’t happy’: Horner reveals Red Bull’s problems in the Netherlands

‘Max Verstappen wasn’t happy’: Horner reveals Red Bull’s problems in the Netherlands

With a large frame of fans Max Verstappen Back home, everyone expected the Dutchman to repeat the performance he put in at the Belgian Grand Prix, but that didn’t happen. During the first day of activity on the Zandvoort circuit, the current world champion suffered problems in his car and had to abandon the track without being able to complete free practice 1. During the second practice session, he only set the eighth fastest time. In this sense, Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner was concerned about the performance of the RB18 at the Dutch Grand Prix.

After having covered the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, Max Verstappen He arrived at the race from home with expectations through the roof. However, the Red Bull Racing car’s gearbox failed in the first practice session, giving it time to test the settings on track. In FP2, the Dutch driver failed to find the balance of the RB18 and after the first day of activities in Zandvoort, Horner admitted that the current world champion was not happy. In any case, he assured that the Milton Keynes team will work to offer him the best set-up for qualifying.

Verstappen couldn’t drive the RB18 to the pits and had to abandon it on the track.

It lost traction, so we changed the gearbox. The mechanics did an excellent job. All is well. We’re just a little behind the track time. Max Verstappen I wasn’t happy with the setup, so there’s a lot of work to do tonight. Track time is important. Sometimes the results of the simulators are not accurate, so the real experience is lost,” explained the boss of the Austrian team concerned.

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