Max Verstappen: "We are close and tomorrow will be a long race"

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Mexico, Oct 28 (EFE).- The Dutchman Max Vertappen, Formula One world champion, showed a lack of concern this Saturday for having finished third in qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix, behind Monaco's Charles Leclerc and the Spaniard Carlos Saínz.

"We are close and tomorrow will be a long race," said Max, who has won 15 of the season's 18 races and is assured of the world championship title.

Verstappen said that as a consequence of the high altitude above the sea of ​​the Mexican capital, 2,240 meters, there is little grip, which increased the degree of difficulty of the qualification.

"When we tried to push, the ground was very slippery for us and it was difficult, especially in the transition from the second to the third sector," he said.

This Sunday the Dutchman will start third, two places ahead of the Mexican Sergio 'Checo' Pérez, second in the drivers' classification and with whom he has secured the world team title.

"We are going to look for the greatest number of points; to try to find the suction that there is from the start to the first corner and take advantage of that," he stated.

Max has 466 points, for 240 Pérez; 201 the British Lewis Hamilton, from Ferrari, 183 the Spanish Fernando Alonso, from Aston Martin and 171 the Spanish Carlos Saínz, from Ferrari. EFE



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