Max Verstappen complains about Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari car

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MAX VERSTAPPEN complained over Charles Leclerc’s automotive simply seven laps into the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen moaned about his Ferrari rival’s back lights whereas looking him down within the opening phases. He stated: “The lights of [Charles] Leclerc do not work on the again of his automotive. Yeah they do not work.”

Nevertheless, F1’s back lights don’t decide when a automotive is braking. As a substitute, they merely present when the automotive is harvesting vitality.

The lights are a regulation so it’s seemingly Verstappen was mentioning it to lift consciousness to the stewards. Verstappen overtook Carlos Sainz at first of the race to leap into third, behind Leclerc.

READ MORE: Max Verstappen has main benefit over Charles Leclerc at Saudi GP

Max Verstappen complains about Charles Leclerc's Ferrari car

Max Verstappen has complained about staff radio (Picture: Sky Sports activities F1)

However, the Ferrari driver seemed snug as he tried to chase down Crimson Bull’s Sergio Perez. 

A security automotive simply moments later combined the sector with Leclerc benefitting to leap into the lead. Earlier than the race, Verstappen stated he didn’t really feel snug and was “sliding in all places”.

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Max Verstappen complains about Charles Leclerc's Ferrari car

Max Verstappen handed Sainz at first (Picture: Sky Sports activities F1)

He stated: “Checo did an important job right now, he put the automotive on pole and I’m actually glad for him! From my facet, qualifying didn’t go the way in which I had hoped, in Q1 and Q2 the whole lot felt regular however in Q3 the grip was horrible, I couldn’t extract what I wanted to from the tyres and I used to be simply sliding in all places. 

“Within the quicker corners I couldn’t push as exhausting as I might have appreciated and while you don’t really feel snug on a road circuit you can not assault the corners. In fact I’m not pleased with fourth and we’ll analyse what occurred however we’ve a aggressive automotive and we’ve quite a bit to struggle for tomorrow as a staff. I’m wanting ahead to it, hopefully we will have an excellent race.”


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