Max Verstappen has raised a lot of dust after racing for the US Grand Prix with allegations of cheating on a Ferrari team in a Formula One caravan, and the Dutchman has accused anger at the expense of rivals of both Ferrari and Italian public.
Max Verstappen is convinced after the race for the US GP that Ferrari's worse form on the Austin track was due to the fact that Ferrari stopped “cheating” under the FIE Directive.
The Purple Bull team has sent a request to the FIO to clarify the legality of the system, which is supposed to blind the operation of the fuel flow sensor and is supposed to be used by Ferrari this season, according to Purple Bull.
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. “
After the Dutchman's statement received a strong response from the Italian public in particular, the Purple Bull racer stepped back and said he would no longer comment on the matter.
“This is a sensitive matter and I do not intend to discuss it any more. I'm just focused on the next race. “