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Martin Brundle of Sky F1 expressed his annoyance at the Abu Dhabi crowd’s jeers for Max Verstappen, saying that “nothing can take away” from his achievements in 2022. Verstappen and Red Bull had a very tough start to the season, as they had expensive retirements in Bahrain and Australia.

Given Ferrari’s early-season dominance, the Dutchman was certain it would be impossible to compete for the title with such subpar dependability. Red Bull immediately addressed these dependability issues and made the required modifications to prevent any retirements for the remainder of the year.

Ferrari’s hopes of winning the championship decreased as the season went on due to a string of tactical errors and mechanical issues that gave Red Bull the upper hand.

Verstappen has consistently shown remarkable performance throughout the season, showing incredible speed while avoiding several costly mistakes. Verstappen’s second victory has not been without controversy, though; in 2021, it was found that Red Bull had surpassed the spending cap limit.

Martin Brundle, F1 news Sad to hear Max Verstappen's supporters jeer him
Martin Brundle, F1 news Sad to hear Max Verstappen’s supporters jeer him

Verstappen certainly has no influence over this, but Red Bull’s financial situation hasn’t done anything to boost the team’s reputation. Martin Brundle, though, has voiced his disgust at hearing jeers:

“Hearing some boos for Max at the conclusion made me extremely sad. That has happened in the past with drivers like Schumacher, Vettel, Nico Rosberg, and others.

“For a variety of reasons, fans have developed strong feelings throughout the years about things that have occurred or haven’t.”

Max Verstappen considers 2022 to have been a fun season, Martin Brundle agrees

Nothing can take away from Red Bull and Verstappen’s overwhelming performance this season, notwithstanding the possibility that they may have played better cards in Mexico and Brazil due to the cost limit.

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Martin Brundle is right about how booing works in Formula 1 since it often targets drivers who have won races and championships. Given that success often involves criticism, Verstappen will likely be unaffected by these boos.

The supporters in Abu Dhabi may have been still upset with his unwillingness to obey team directives in Brazil, which might have influenced their behavior. Verstappen will be keen to maintain this momentum into the following year in any scenario.

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Max Verstappen thinks the 2022 season was more enjoyable for him and the Red Bull Racing crew than the previous one. The Dutchman believes they were able to enjoy every moment of the season despite a rocky start to their title campaign. He was surprised they were able to reverse the results in the finals.

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The current champion believes it will be challenging to repeat such dominance, but he and Red Bull are hoping to step it up in 2023.

ALSO READ: Daniel Ricciardo’s manager at McLaren is excited to work

Martin Brundle of Sky F1 expressed his annoyance at the Abu Dhabi crowd’s jeers for Max Verstappen, saying that “nothing can take away” from his achievements in 2022. Verstappen and Red Bull had a very tough start to the season, as they had expensive retirements in Bahrain and Australia.

Given Ferrari’s early-season dominance, the Dutchman was certain it would be impossible to compete for the title with such subpar dependability. Red Bull immediately addressed these dependability issues and made the required modifications to prevent any retirements for the remainder of the year.

Ferrari’s hopes of winning the championship decreased as the season went on due to a string of tactical errors and mechanical issues that gave Red Bull the upper hand.

Verstappen has consistently shown remarkable performance throughout the season, showing incredible speed while avoiding several costly mistakes. Verstappen’s second victory has not been without controversy, though; in 2021, it was found that Red Bull had surpassed the spending cap limit.

Martin Brundle, F1 news Sad to hear Max Verstappen's supporters jeer him
Martin Brundle, F1 news Sad to hear Max Verstappen’s supporters jeer him

Verstappen certainly has no influence over this, but Red Bull’s financial situation hasn’t done anything to boost the team’s reputation. Martin Brundle, though, has voiced his disgust at hearing jeers:

“Hearing some boos for Max at the conclusion made me extremely sad. That has happened in the past with drivers like Schumacher, Vettel, Nico Rosberg, and others.

“For a variety of reasons, fans have developed strong feelings throughout the years about things that have occurred or haven’t.”

Max Verstappen considers 2022 to have been a fun season, Martin Brundle agrees

Nothing can take away from Red Bull and Verstappen’s overwhelming performance this season, notwithstanding the possibility that they may have played better cards in Mexico and Brazil due to the cost limit.

Martin Brundle is right about how booing works in Formula 1 since it often targets drivers who have won races and championships. Given that success often involves criticism, Verstappen will likely be unaffected by these boos.

The supporters in Abu Dhabi may have been still upset with his unwillingness to obey team directives in Brazil, which might have influenced their behavior. Verstappen will be keen to maintain this momentum into the following year in any scenario.

Max Verstappen thinks the 2022 season was more enjoyable for him and the Red Bull Racing crew than the previous one. The Dutchman believes they were able to enjoy every moment of the season despite a rocky start to their title campaign. He was surprised they were able to reverse the results in the finals.

The current champion believes it will be challenging to repeat such dominance, but he and Red Bull are hoping to step it up in 2023.

ALSO READ: Daniel Ricciardo’s manager at McLaren is excited to work

Martin Brundle of Sky F1 expressed his annoyance at the Abu Dhabi crowd’s jeers for Max Verstappen, saying that “nothing can take away” from his achievements in 2022. Verstappen and Red Bull had a very tough start to the season, as they had expensive retirements in Bahrain and Australia.

Given Ferrari’s early-season dominance, the Dutchman was certain it would be impossible to compete for the title with such subpar dependability. Red Bull immediately addressed these dependability issues and made the required modifications to prevent any retirements for the remainder of the year.

Ferrari’s hopes of winning the championship decreased as the season went on due to a string of tactical errors and mechanical issues that gave Red Bull the upper hand.

Verstappen has consistently shown remarkable performance throughout the season, showing incredible speed while avoiding several costly mistakes. Verstappen’s second victory has not been without controversy, though; in 2021, it was found that Red Bull had surpassed the spending cap limit.

Martin Brundle, F1 news Sad to hear Max Verstappen's supporters jeer him
Martin Brundle, F1 news Sad to hear Max Verstappen’s supporters jeer him

Verstappen certainly has no influence over this, but Red Bull’s financial situation hasn’t done anything to boost the team’s reputation. Martin Brundle, though, has voiced his disgust at hearing jeers:

“Hearing some boos for Max at the conclusion made me extremely sad. That has happened in the past with drivers like Schumacher, Vettel, Nico Rosberg, and others.

“For a variety of reasons, fans have developed strong feelings throughout the years about things that have occurred or haven’t.”

Max Verstappen considers 2022 to have been a fun season, Martin Brundle agrees

Nothing can take away from Red Bull and Verstappen’s overwhelming performance this season, notwithstanding the possibility that they may have played better cards in Mexico and Brazil due to the cost limit.

Martin Brundle is right about how booing works in Formula 1 since it often targets drivers who have won races and championships. Given that success often involves criticism, Verstappen will likely be unaffected by these boos.

The supporters in Abu Dhabi may have been still upset with his unwillingness to obey team directives in Brazil, which might have influenced their behavior. Verstappen will be keen to maintain this momentum into the following year in any scenario.

Max Verstappen thinks the 2022 season was more enjoyable for him and the Red Bull Racing crew than the previous one. The Dutchman believes they were able to enjoy every moment of the season despite a rocky start to their title campaign. He was surprised they were able to reverse the results in the finals.

The current champion believes it will be challenging to repeat such dominance, but he and Red Bull are hoping to step it up in 2023.

ALSO READ: Daniel Ricciardo’s manager at McLaren is excited to work

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