Jos Verstappen: Max's statements about cheating Ferrari weren't the smartest
Former Formula One racer and Max Verstappen's father, Jos Verstappen, admits that his son did not act most wisely with statements about alleged Ferrari cheating.
Red Bull is suspected that Ferrari has developed a system that disrupts the flow sensor, and the Maranell team could at some point use more flow than prescribed, which could allow Vettl and Leclerc provide more power to the drive unit.
The FIA responded with suspicion by a technical directive explaining that the use of such a system would be against the rules, and Verstappen is convinced that Ferrari in Austin stopped using the system, which reflector on the track.
After the race, Verstappen, when asked if Ferrari's inferior form surprised him, replied:
“Not the least. This is what happens when you stop cheating. Anyone can connect the dots. “
Nizamach's statements made a fervent response from the Ferrari species, and Jos Verstappen thinks his son did not act the smartest this time.
We all know something unusual is going on, but you can't say it this way, mainly because you can't prove anything to them. Max needs to get less run-ins and more diplomatic in the future.