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Red Bulls reveal about Verstappen

Time for a guide before Wednesday and their Formula 1 Austrian GP in 2022, but first something else.

Max Verstappen missed out on victory – another Red Bull’s car lost a part.
It stabilizes the team.
– This is a race we could have won by now, says Helmut Marko.

Max Verstappen was seventh in England and complained about the reserve for a long time. The team found no fault – until the end of the race.

Max Verstappen and Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko (AP Photo/TT)

Then they can examine the car and find out what happened already at eleven.

– When I took the lead, after Carlos made a small mistake, I drove over a piece of carbon fiber in turn five, confirms Verstappen.
– I can’t turn left or right. I tried to drive it, but instead it destroyed my entire floor.

fell down

He drove a small part of a sister group, Alfadauri, lying on the tracks. The collision cost Red Bull several points as Albadari’s two drivers, Yuki Tsunoda and Pierre Gasly, drove together in the race. That’s the reason AlphaTauri didn’t score any points at Silverstone and Verstappen missed out on a chance to win the UK GP.

– He told us it felt like a tire was damaged because it felt so bad, but there was no damage to the tires, Red Bulls team manager Christian Horner told

– Part of AlphaTauri’s car as he drove on lap 11. It got stuck under the car and felt like it was braking the car.

Red Bull reveals what Max Verstappen is all about

Helmut Marko, Red Bull’s motorsport consultant, elaborates on the same phenomenon to ServeTV:
– Max couldn’t control, then it was thought to be a tire problem, so we took him to the depot. In retrospect, it was a mistake because he was so fast and angry that he destroyed his medium tires when he got to the point where he had to slow down because of the speed limit, Marco says, which was great.

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According to Motorsport Advisors, part of the rear wing of Yuki Tsunoda’s car came loose and got stuck under Verstappen’s car, giving the world champion the impression that the car had poor balance and that it had jumped forward.
– The small part stuck in such a stupid way that he lost 20 percent of his maximum downforce, which made him lose between one and two seconds per lap, Helmut tells Marco.

The problem worsened when Verstappen drove with harder tires and the car was further damaged.
– When I got out of the car, I looked directly under the car, on the ground and there, to the left, everything was broken. Everything is gone, explains Verstappen.
– In the end, seventh place at Silverstone was very good, considering how big problems we had.

Now we leave F1 at Silverstone, where Sainz took his first win, Mick Schumacher scored his first points and Vettel tested e-fuel. Instead, we head to this weekend’s F1, Austria and the Red Bull Ring, where Zhou hopes to compete, despite the serious crash. If you want to know more about it – don’t miss it Pedal to the metal Released today. We’re talking UK GP and Austria GP below.

Guide to the Austrian GP in Formula 1 2022

Route: Spielberg – Red Bull Ring

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Weekend hours can be found here.
Length: 4326 m (71 yards)
Band Introduction: 2014 (after update)
Curves: 9 (2 left, 7 right)
Distance to first curve: 323 m
250 km/h curves: 2 (T4, T7)
Curves below 100 kmph: 2 (T2, T3)

Deborah: 290 meters (at 60 kmph, the distance is 13.1 seconds)

Tire wear: Low

Brake Wear: High
Braking Zones: 6 (3 hard)
Maximum Speed ​​(Without TRS): 310 km per hour
Low speed: 67 km per hour
Success Strategy 2021: 2 depot stops (medium / hard / difficult during both, but the most selective strategy is 1 depot stop)

Win from pole position: 6
Profit from very high starting position: Max Verstappen from starting position 4 2018.
First Winner in 2014: Nico Rosberg, Mercedes (Felipe Massa had pole position)

Formula 1 Statistics for the Austrian GP in 2022

In 2021, two GP races are held at the Red Bull Ring – so there are double venues

Top 4 Qualifiers
1. Max Verstappen, Red Bull
1. Max Verstappen, Red Bull
2. Lando Norris, McLaren
2. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
3. Sergio Perez, Red Bull
3. Lando Norris, McLaren
4. Sergio Perez, Red Bull
4. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes

Fast Qualifier:
Absolute: 1:2.939 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 2020)
2021: 1:3,720 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull)
2021: 1:3.841 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull)
2020: 1:19.273 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes)
2020: 1:2.939 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes)
2019: 1:3.003 (Charles Leclerc, Ferrari)

Drivers with the most pole position are:
Lewis Hamilton (3)
Valtteri Bottas (3)
Max Verstappen (2)
Charles Leclerc (1)
Felipe Massa (1)

2021 – First 4

1. Max Verstappen, Red Bull
1. Max Verstappen, Red Bull
2. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
2. Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes
3. Lando Norris, McLaren
Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes
4. Sergio Perez, Red Bull
4. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes

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Top five winners:
2021 Max Verstappen Red Bull
2021 Max Verstappen Red Bull
2020 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
2020 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes
2019 Max Verstappen Red Bull

Fastest Lap:

Complete: 1: 5,619 (Carlos Sainz, McLaren, 2020)
2021: 1:6.200 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull)
2021: 1:7.058 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes)
2020: 1:5,619 (Carlos Sainz, McLaren)
2020: 1:7,475 (Lando Norris, McLaren)
2019: 1:7.475 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull)

Drivers with most wins:

Max Verstappen (4)
Lewis Hamilton (2)
Valtteri Bottas (2)
Nico Rosberg (2)


2020: 22
2019: 42
2018: 30
2017: 12
2016: 66
Statistics Austria GP in Formula 1