Sports Max Verstappen: "I still have a few years ahead of me ..."

15:25  30 october  2020
15:25  30 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Max Verstappen is not the youngest world champion in Formula 1 history. The Dutchman had set his sights on that goal with Red Bull this year. How does he cope with the fact that he will have to be patient even though he is doing his best?

"You just have to accept the situation you are in, otherwise you would get very frustrated if you don't accept it," says Verstappen. But that doesn't mean that he has already given up. "I try to get the best out of every Grand Prix. That's a good motivation."

Verstappen is known to be very determined and determined. Nevertheless, he admits that he can be satisfied with second and third places - under certain conditions: "I can enjoy second or third places when I know that I have pushed myself and the car to the limit, when the team also did everything possible. "

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For example, the quick pit stops of his crew motivate him. At Portimao, Red Bull set a new season best (in 1.86 seconds). Still: "Of course everyone loves to win, that's what we're here for. But if it's not possible, then it is not possible."

That's why he has already ticked off the title of the youngest world champion. "I don't think that when I'm 40 or 50 years old I'll worry about that. I just want to look back and look at myself in the mirror and ask if I've got the most out of it? Then if you can say yes, then I'm happy."

That could mean that you have won seven world titles or none. "You just need a bit of luck to be on the right team at the right time. That doesn't always work, but let's see."

The 23-year-old will get a chance at Red Bull in Formula 1 at least until 2023. "I have a few more years to go, so hopefully things will change."

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