Formula 1: Red Bull’s chief advisor Helmut Marko SLAMS Ferrari, says they are doing EVERYTHING wrong, it’s EMBARRASSING
Formula 1: Red Bull’s chief advisor Helmut Marko has slammed Ferrari over the strategic errors that they have been making this year…
Formula 1: Red Bull’s chief advisor Helmut Marko has slammed Ferrari over the strategic errors that they have been making this year as they have lost a handful of points because of that. Meanwhile, Red Bull have the Formula 1 world championships in their hands, both the constructors and drivers. Follow Formula 1 updates on InsideSport.IN
After the Hungarian GP got concluded Marko said, “They are doing almost everything wrong. In Budapest, for example, they didn’t give the tyres the right temperature window for the first time and they also chose the wrong strategy.”
The lead over Ferrari is almost over 100 points, and Max Verstappen keeps on pulling away from Charles Leclerc. The distance in the Drivers’ Championship between the pair is 80 points.
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It is difficult to see anything turning out badly for the group and driver going into the second half of the season, although nothing is precluded. In light of this, Helmut Marko himself examines the circumstance in a season in which it seemed as though they could become champions once more.
Marko believes that they can’t relax in the light of the fact that there is still far to go, despite the fact that they have a major lead after the first half of the season. “We have nine races left, that’s 225 points, with nine possible wins plus the sprint and fastest laps. No, we can’t really relax yet,” Marko added.
Meanwhile, Marko admits that he is happy with how the races have panned out this season for his team and above all is happy for Max Verstappen. “It’s rarely been so much fun. Almost every weekend is a pleasure, very different to last season when everything was stressful,” Marko added after Verstappen’s fight with Hamilton last season.
“It’s a bit embarrassing that Ferrari makes so many mistakes. They are below their worth, we really feel sorry for them. But then again, they’ll be back. When we brought Max into Formula 1 at the age of 17, he was the greatest talent I’ve ever come across, but he was too impulsive. With the victories, he became more mature,” Marko further added.
He needs praise for the great exhibitions of his driver, who has taken a jump in quality regardless of whether what you saw in last season’s outcomes. “When he kept his cool at the beginning in Budapest while overtaking, I thought ‘is that really Max sitting there?’ With this maturity, it makes it easier for the whole team,” Marko concluded.