The Red Bulls are apparently unwilling to consider this accident an isolated incident and are unwilling to move on.
Last Sunday, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen crashed on the Silverstone Circuit over the weekend in an intense F1 weekend, to say the least. In the midst of a fiery British Grand Prix battle, Hamilton and Worstapen sent a Red Bull car, which had a 51G effect from a tire collision in the first lap, into a roadblock. The race was flagged off and the apparently greasy Verstapen was taken to a nearby hospital for a precautionary check-up. Hamilton was fined 10 seconds by the authorities, the second most expected penalty, which he took the first stop in the pits. Hamilton claimed several times during and after the ceremony that he was with Verstappen, who was clearly ahead of him. Christian Horner, the principal of the Red Bull team, was outraged by Hamilton’s move on the fast-paced Copsy Corner, and the accident caused a “massive collapse” of Versatile. Horner went so far as to label Hamilton a ‘hollow victory’. The two drivers involved were seen applying a little more adrenaline in a fight that ended in an unfortunate accident that many pundits and fans labeled as a racing incident.
The Red Bulls, especially Horner, do not seem to be prepared to isolate the accident and move on. From that moment on, the rear-right middle-class tire flew off the edge of the Red Bull at the corner of Kopsi, and Horner has been the center of attention as he complains, criticizes, throws sarcasm, and some misrepresentations that Mercedes boss has said, for said and very personal.
Versatapen seems to have lifted it on its chin as a true sportsman should when it doesn’t come out in the right way. Meanwhile, the head of the Red Bull is apparently still living in the area a few days after the incident.
“If Max had done it through Kopsy, I don’t think Hamilton would have seen 0 Ham again this afternoon as he did in the sprint race the day before. No matter how experienced or talented he is, all Drivers sometimes face increasing pressure and this was a moment of extreme pressure for Hamilton in the championship, he became a hunter as opposed to a hunter, and in front of his home crowd he saw the previous The day broke on a track that has always been a stronghold of Mercedes. We all know that these conditions cannot differentiate a different style of driving and a character of a world champion, but in these times we see a growing danger. “In five days,” Horner wrote in his Red Bull column. After the incident
The Red Bull estimates that the loss will be estimated at about 8 8 million to میں 1.8 million, which they believe will be massive defects in this period away from the cost. Regarding the 10-second sentence handed down to Hamilton by the Stuarts, Horner believes Wolf tried to “lobby the jury” by e-mailing Race director Michael Missy with some details about the crash. Reviewing
Horner wrote, “Hearing that he was completely lobbying the stewards, I went to see him and raised the issue that we should not be there. The Red Bulls are still considering easing the sentence and Reviewing the available data while also considering their options of appeal.
The attack on Hamilton’s first lap apparently swayed the well-known Red Bull driver, who decided to race on the approaching Mercedes to narrow the track, creating an unfavorable situation for the Dutch driver and his team. It all happened. This was not the first accident of its kind in Formula 1 and was certainly not the last due to the competitive nature of the game. The Red Bulls, along with their team and their driver, have to wait for the rest of the races and available points, which are still leading in both tables.