'I can win the Constructors' Championship by myself': Verstappen
the dutch pilot max verstappenpartner of Sergio Perez in the Red Bull team, he assured this Saturday that he could currently win the Constructors' Championship by himself.
The Constructors' Championship is won by a team -be it Red Bull, Ferrari, Mercedes, or any other- that achieves the highest number of accumulated points at the end of each season, which the drivers achieve in each race.
Until this Saturday, July 8, 2023, Red Bull presumed to be the first place in the Constructors' Championship by accumulating 377 points, of which Max Verstappen has achieved 229 and Sergio "Checo" Pérez 148 points.
The Mexican despite positioning himself in the Second place in the Formula 1 Drivers' Championship has been the target of criticism in recent weeks because he was disqualified in the last five qualifying rounds (Qualys): the most recent that occurred this Saturday in the United Kingdom, that of Austria, that of Canada, Spain and Monaco.
“I still don't know why (Sergio Pérez) did poorly today, but with our car you have to finish in Q3, of course. We are fighting for the Constructors' Championship, but I think I can do it on my own at the moment."
Those were the words of Checo's teammate, Max Verstappen.
That is to say, Verstappen boasts of 229 points more than the Mercedes team, which is in second place in the Constructors' Championship with 178 points.
“Today has been a disappointing day." The Jalisco pilot was honest.
“The red flag (which came out in Q1, to withdraw the Haas of the Danish Kevin Magnussen from the track) lasted much longer than we initially thought, so we lost temperature in the tires, which it was difficult for us to reheat properly“.
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