F1 LIVE: VERSTAPPEN TAKES THE POLE AT F1 PARTY IN THE NETHERLANDS. PÉREZ BEATS AT THE END | briefing
Bad Friday, strong pace from Ferrari and Mercedes… it may sound crazy, but it’s no exaggeration to say that Max Verstappen ‘ran out’ in the fight for pole position this Saturday (3), for the Formula 1 Dutch GP. But the reigning world champion surprised once again.
With 1min10s342, the Dutchman celebrated in front of his fans in Zandvoort and for the 17th in his career, he was able to celebrate the position of honor for the race. With Charles Leclerc just 0s021 behind, Verstappen acknowledged the difficult circumstances of the pole battle.
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“Unbelievable. It’s special, also because of yesterday, when we had a difficult day. Everyone worked very hard overnight, with the whole team, to turn the situation around. Today, we had a fast car again. It was very tight.” , said the Red Bull driver.
“We changed a lot (the car). Yesterday everything was very busy, especially to get the car ready for FP2. Today was, once again, very pleasant to drive”, he added.
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