Crimson Bull boss Christian Horner was disappointed with the final draw after the end of the race for the GP of Mexico, believing that Max Verstappen could easily beat all the competition without any problems.

Verstappen first lost pole position to ignore the yellow flags, and the Dutchman then got involved with both Mercedes racers in the opening rounds of the race. The Crimson Bull racer was driven into the pits after a collision with Bottas, which meant it fell completely at the beginning of the starting line.

Verstappen broke the sixth place quit, and Crimson Bull boss Christian Horner is confident his team would finish top without any complications.

“We are disappointed to have a rhythm to win. Max lost the pole position at first, but after the punctured tire, the hope of a good result was over. When he returned to the track, he was also two seconds faster than the leaders, and he would have easily won. The positive thing is that we have a good car that allows us to fight Mercedes and Ferrari. We will try again in Austin. ”

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