Max Werstapen, while talking about the accident at the British Grand Prix last month, put a veil on Lewis Hamilton in which the Dutchman was seen retiring from the race while the Mercedes driver claimed victory.
Red Bull Racing and Mercedes are blaming each other for the lap opening at Silverstone. Austrian team principal Christian Horner and team adviser Helmut Marco both accused Hamilton. This suggests that it was the pressure that caused the British to collide with Versatile..
Seven-time F1 World Champion, for the second time He blamed the Red Bull driver’s aggressive driving style.. Versatapen has spoken out again about this and made it clear that he is not aggressive on the track, stating that “if other people go to you, it’s not always in your hands.” “
“I don’t feel like I’m running aggressively. Of course, if people try to pass me, I’ll make it difficult. I’ll always try to make it difficult for them, put them in difficult positions I’ll keep it. ” Race’s Scott Mitchell.
“But I think I have a really good idea of where I can park my car and I haven’t been involved in derailing another car. I have zero penalty points. I think that says a lot. Is.
“Of course, some people may think a little differently about it, but I actually think the racing side is a really strong point for me and I really know how to avoid trouble,” he added. “But it’s not always in your hands if other people come to you.”
Versatapen described the incident in detail and clarified that Hamilton was at fault. He explained that the angle of entry into the Mercedes driver’s body and the speed at which he was driving meant that an accident was inevitable.