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The Mindset of Max Verstappen Is Examined by a Former F1 World Champion

Mika Hakkinen, a two-time F1 world champion, asserts that he comprehended Max Verstappen‘s decision to block Sergio Perez at the Brazilian Grand Prix of 2022. The Finn thinks that Verstappen was prevented from giving Perez his track position back by earlier incidents.

Verstappen did not allow room for his teammate as “payback,” according to Hakkinen. He also said that Verstappen does not live in the present and thinks back to the past. He was reported as saying in The Race:

“He’s living in a life where he thinks back on the past and thinks ahead to the future.”

“And when a scenario arises on the racetrack and the team instructs him to give Perez an opportunity to earn points. He maintains his position because he recalls that Max told the team yesterday and said, “No way, it’s payback time.”

The mindset of Max Verstappen is examined by a former F1 world champion
The mindset of Max Verstappen is examined by a former F1 world champion

After the incident at the 2022 F1 Brazilian GP, when Max Verstappen refused to cede Sergio Perez to his place. This was essential in Sergio Perez’s competition with Charles Leclerc for P2 in the drivers’ standings, and a controversy developed.

Many people were astonished by what happened. And references to a previous incident in Monaco that had upset Verstappen were made.

Mika Hakkinen compares Max Verstappen’s directives with those of his squad

Mika Hakkinen recalled the team directives he and his team had to adhere to when he was competing during the same conversation.

He declared that he and his partner would always discuss potential situations. It was when following team commands would be necessary for advance and carrying out their requests.

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Hakkinen stated: “We had a strategy to execute it in a specific way and for the (various) situations when I received team directives before the Grand Prix ever started.”

We shook hands and agreed that we would follow the team’s instructions if this circumstance arose during the race.

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Fans are outraged that Max Verstappen disobeyed team rules. This brought the event in Monaco back into the public eye over six months later.

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Sergio Perez spun and crashed at the exit of Turn 8 in the closing seconds of the Monaco qualifying session, raising the red flag and ending the session.

His teammate Max Verstappen was among the drivers who were stopped from lowering their lap times by this. At the time, it was viewed as merely another racing mishap, but today, many people think Perez intentionally crashed.

ALSO READ: After Sprint’s ‘Silliness,’ Alpine’s Boss Praises the 2022 Brazilian GP Performance

Mika Hakkinen, a two-time F1 world champion, asserts that he comprehended Max Verstappen‘s decision to block Sergio Perez at the Brazilian Grand Prix of 2022. The Finn thinks that Verstappen was prevented from giving Perez his track position back by earlier incidents.

Verstappen did not allow room for his teammate as “payback,” according to Hakkinen. He also said that Verstappen does not live in the present and thinks back to the past. He was reported as saying in The Race:

“He’s living in a life where he thinks back on the past and thinks ahead to the future.”

“And when a scenario arises on the racetrack and the team instructs him to give Perez an opportunity to earn points. He maintains his position because he recalls that Max told the team yesterday and said, “No way, it’s payback time.”

The mindset of Max Verstappen is examined by a former F1 world champion
The mindset of Max Verstappen is examined by a former F1 world champion

After the incident at the 2022 F1 Brazilian GP, when Max Verstappen refused to cede Sergio Perez to his place. This was essential in Sergio Perez’s competition with Charles Leclerc for P2 in the drivers’ standings, and a controversy developed.

Many people were astonished by what happened. And references to a previous incident in Monaco that had upset Verstappen were made.

Mika Hakkinen compares Max Verstappen’s directives with those of his squad

Mika Hakkinen recalled the team directives he and his team had to adhere to when he was competing during the same conversation.

He declared that he and his partner would always discuss potential situations. It was when following team commands would be necessary for advance and carrying out their requests.

Hakkinen stated: “We had a strategy to execute it in a specific way and for the (various) situations when I received team directives before the Grand Prix ever started.”

We shook hands and agreed that we would follow the team’s instructions if this circumstance arose during the race.

Fans are outraged that Max Verstappen disobeyed team rules. This brought the event in Monaco back into the public eye over six months later.

Sergio Perez spun and crashed at the exit of Turn 8 in the closing seconds of the Monaco qualifying session, raising the red flag and ending the session.

His teammate Max Verstappen was among the drivers who were stopped from lowering their lap times by this. At the time, it was viewed as merely another racing mishap, but today, many people think Perez intentionally crashed.

ALSO READ: After Sprint’s ‘Silliness,’ Alpine’s Boss Praises the 2022 Brazilian GP Performance

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Mika Hakkinen, a two-time F1 world champion, asserts that he comprehended Max Verstappen‘s decision to block Sergio Perez at the Brazilian Grand Prix of 2022. The Finn thinks that Verstappen was prevented from giving Perez his track position back by earlier incidents.

Verstappen did not allow room for his teammate as “payback,” according to Hakkinen. He also said that Verstappen does not live in the present and thinks back to the past. He was reported as saying in The Race:

“He’s living in a life where he thinks back on the past and thinks ahead to the future.”

“And when a scenario arises on the racetrack and the team instructs him to give Perez an opportunity to earn points. He maintains his position because he recalls that Max told the team yesterday and said, “No way, it’s payback time.”

The mindset of Max Verstappen is examined by a former F1 world champion
The mindset of Max Verstappen is examined by a former F1 world champion

After the incident at the 2022 F1 Brazilian GP, when Max Verstappen refused to cede Sergio Perez to his place. This was essential in Sergio Perez’s competition with Charles Leclerc for P2 in the drivers’ standings, and a controversy developed.

Many people were astonished by what happened. And references to a previous incident in Monaco that had upset Verstappen were made.

Mika Hakkinen compares Max Verstappen’s directives with those of his squad

Mika Hakkinen recalled the team directives he and his team had to adhere to when he was competing during the same conversation.

He declared that he and his partner would always discuss potential situations. It was when following team commands would be necessary for advance and carrying out their requests.

Hakkinen stated: “We had a strategy to execute it in a specific way and for the (various) situations when I received team directives before the Grand Prix ever started.”

We shook hands and agreed that we would follow the team’s instructions if this circumstance arose during the race.

Fans are outraged that Max Verstappen disobeyed team rules. This brought the event in Monaco back into the public eye over six months later.

Sergio Perez spun and crashed at the exit of Turn 8 in the closing seconds of the Monaco qualifying session, raising the red flag and ending the session.

His teammate Max Verstappen was among the drivers who were stopped from lowering their lap times by this. At the time, it was viewed as merely another racing mishap, but today, many people think Perez intentionally crashed.

ALSO READ: After Sprint’s ‘Silliness,’ Alpine’s Boss Praises the 2022 Brazilian GP Performance

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