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Marko critical of Perez: “Would have been very happy if he hadn’t crashed”

Marko critical of Perez: “Would have been very happy if he hadn’t crashed”
Marko critical of Perez: “Would have been very happy if he hadn’t crashed”

The Red Bull Racing team had a mixed qualifying session in Zandvoort. Max Verstappen grabbed pole position with a minimal lead and his teammate Sergio Perez spun in the last corner. The Mexican made a mistake when entering the corner and found himself in the grass.

Perez provided a yellow flag so that Verstappen’s competitors could no longer improve. After qualifying, the Mexican was obviously disappointed. The Red Bull Racing team is also disappointed with the disappointing result of their second driver, who will have to start the race in fifth place tomorrow.

Verstappen

Team advisor Helmut Marko was in any case satisfied with Verstappen’s result after qualifying. The Austrian was slightly less satisfied with Perez’s spin. Speaking to the German branch of Sky Sports, he says: “It was very interesting. Max had his tires warm up too quickly in the first run, which was not ideal. In the second run it was okay. We would be very happy.” would have been if Perez hadn’t crashed. Ferrari was much stronger here than in Spa but we expected that.”

Save material

Marko was therefore very critical of Perez’s result. The Mexican’s spin did not go down well with Marko and he was quite clear: “Max has learned to drive fast and save the material. According to our calculations, Perez would have finished third. But it is better that he has a He takes a risk and flies off then gets stuck. He needs to perform better on Friday. We do believe he can fight for P2 in the championship.”

The article is in Dutch

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