Max Verstappen’s shocking revelation about the Red Bull scandal is made by Lando Norris.

Max Verstappen’s shocking revelation about the Red Bull scandal is made by Lando Norris.

Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix marked the end of Max Verstappen’s winning streak, which had been going since the Miami Grand Prix in 2023.

Following his second-place finish at the Singapore Grand Prix last weekend, Lando Norris revealed that he and Max Verstappen had made fun of Red Bull’s performance at the Marina Bay Circuit, where the typically dominant team had not even advanced past Q3.

Verstappen and Sergio Perez were eliminated in Round 2 for Red Bull, which had a terrible weekend in Singapore.

Red Bull’s struggles over the course of the weekend were highlighted by the fact that they were without a car in the final phase of qualifying for the first time since the 2018 Russian Grand Prix.

After the race on Sunday, Norris said that he and Verstappen “laughed about it.” Verstappen initially expressed anger over how poorly qualifying went.

Norris said in the post-race drivers’ press conference, “I don’t know what they struggled with but when I watched his onboard yesterday I kind of laughed because I’ve never seen a car that bad before.

Max chuckled in agreement.
They should be back at the top by next weekend, but we’ll have to wait and see.

Given Red Bull’s disappointing performance in Singapore, Verstappen’s recovery to fifth place on Sunday was commendable.

Verstappen anticipated the side to be “back on top” this weekend at the Japanese Grand Prix.
The Austrians had predicted ahead of the weekend that Singapore would be a difficult venue for them.

“I have a good feeling about Suzuka.
From today and the mistakes we made yesterday, we have learned. I won’t get into specifics.
Yes, getting back on top is the goal,” Verstappen said, as quoted by The Mirror.

With Verstappen’s fifth-place finish, his record-breaking 10-race winning streak finally came to an end, which many people believed would never happen.

If the Dutchman wins the remaining seven races, he will only have won 19 races this season.

Given that he was well aware that the run would eventually end, he said that his streak coming to an end was “absolutely fine.”.

For me, it’s perfectly fine because I knew this day would come, admitted Verstappen.

“Everything must be perfect for us to keep winning.
In my opinion, the safety car made everything worse for us in the race.

“I believe we performed to the best of our abilities.
We were just unlucky in how the safety car arrived; we were moving along nicely.
We would have been well-positioned to engage in frontal combat if it weren’t for that, in my opinion.


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