Verstappen camp not happy with Rosberg: ‘Show how far he is from reality’

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Verstappen camp not happy with Rosberg: ‘Show how far he is from reality’

Former world champion Nico Rosberg was critical of Max Verstappen’s mentality at the German branch of Sky Sports last weekend, after the Dutchman indicated that he was not happy with his second position in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The German Sport1 is now reporting that Red Bull and the Verstappens are not happy with Rosberg’s comments.

Nico Rosberg has spoken lyrically about the two-time Dutch world champion on several occasions, but was not pleased with Max Verstappen’s actions last week. The 25-year-old Dutchman is said to have skipped a team meeting on Saturday after qualifying after suffering a problem with his RB19 in the second part of qualifying. Verstappen eventually fought back to second place in the race.

In conversation with Sky Sports Germany, Rosberg says: “That’s not good to see. On Saturday he quickly left the track and skipped the team meeting. At least that’s what we’ve been told, and I don’t think that’s a good approach. It’s not a good mentality this early in the season,” said the 2016 world champion. .’

Camp Verstappen annoyed by comments

Max Verstappen was ill in the run-up to the Grand Prix weekend, as mentioned several times by Helmut Marko. According to the German Sport1, the Verstappens are therefore annoyed by Rosberg’s comments, and believe that he is misinterpreting the situation. Sport1 reports that the Verstappens’ camp responded to the comments as follows: “This shows how far Rosberg is from reality. Fortunately, Sky also has Ralf Schumacher, who immediately clarified the situation, in her team.

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