F1: Verstappen doesn’t dare think about the league

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Red Bull reversed after Saturday’s fiasco, and with his amazing start, Max Verstappen had almost start-finish success at the Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix. The Dutchman won this year’s ninth, 19th victory of his career, while he was the first on the Mexican field to be a three-time winner.

“This audience is incredible, especially since Checo is my teammate,” Verstappen spoke appreciatively of the enthusiasm of the local audience while speaking to David Coulthard. “The start? It went very well, we were three next to each other and past who brakes later. I managed to keep the car on track, advancing from third to first, laying the groundwork for my race. ”

“I was able to concentrate on myself, the car was also capable of an incredible pace,” the Dutchman, who leads with 12 points in front of Lewis Hamilton, who finished second, continued the evaluation. Verstappen, however, does not dare to think about the league title yet. “Obviously I’m fine, but there’s a lot left, the situation can change quickly,” he added cautiously.

“I’m looking forward to the Brazilian race, I have good memories from there too,” he looked ahead.

Hamilton, after congratulating Verstappen on another lead, added that Red Bull had dictated a relentless pace throughout the weekend, despite the fact that the opposite seemed even after Saturday’s time trial. “We were so capable. I gave it my all, in the end I had a good battle with Sergio, so at least the second place became mine. ”

“It also shows how fast they have a car,” the seven-time and title-defending World Cup winner said. “Sergio was very close to me and he was able to keep a close eye on me. He did a great job, he also coped with the pressure, and I enjoyed the race. ”

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And Perez was greeted with a huge ovation as the podium players parked in the stadium, as he was the first Mexican to stand on the podium at home. “Today is an incredible day,” he began his concise summary. “Of course I wanted more than that, I would have gotten a double win for the team, but I didn’t have a single chance to overtake. And it was quite incredible to hear the spectators passing through the stadium. ”

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