Italian Grand Prix – Max Verstappen (Red Bull) on the future at Ferrari: “Never say never, but…”

Italian Grand Prix – Max Verstappen (Red Bull) on the future at Ferrari: “Never say never, but…”


Max Verstappen arrived in Italy smiling. It must be said that the Dutch driver has a lot. With 109 points ahead of Charles Leclerc (Scuderia Ferrari), the Dutch driver sees his second world title in the distance. And it is certainly not the traditional red wave of tifosi that will scare him this weekend at Monza, where the track is also suitable for him. When asked by Corriere della Sera This Friday, the defending world champion however wanted to congratulate the progress of Ross this season.

We will see what happens after 2028

Don’t forget where they came fromhe told an Italian daily newspaper. They lost a lot of points for their mistakes, but let’s not forget the efforts they made to get back to the top. The progress made since 2020 and 2021 is impressive.” If he makes sure that he does not consider the record of victories in one season of Schumacher and Vettel (13 victories), Verstappen does not completely prevent the arrival of Ferrari in the future.

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Never say neverwarned the Dutchman. But I have a contract with Red Bull until 2028. I’m fine here, we’ll see what happens after 2028. Maybe I’ll be retired already.“He still hopes to be”always forward“, and”who beats him“.”I have a very good relationship with the two Scuderia drivershe concludes, we have many duels on the clock with Charles (…) If I’m not sharper than before? It depends on many things: new cars, rules that have changed racing. Last year, qualifying was more important. Now it is easy to pass. And go up.”

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