Max Verstappen, who is convinced that his racing style is not significantly different from the way Lewis Hamilton is racing, claims that he would also be less aggressive behind the wheel of the dominant Mercedes.
In recent years, Verstappen has earned the reputation of being an inexorable and aggressive racer, which has given the young Dutch many criticisms.
Following the race in Mexico, Hamilton claimed that drivers should be very careful about Verstappen because they would otherwise resign, and Crimson Bull is convinced that his racing is not significantly different from Hamilton's:
My racing style is no different from the way Lewis was racing five years ago. A lot depends on the car and I would certainly be less aggressive if I were racing for a Mercedes. The rest of us have to risk a little more in certain duels, otherwise we have no chance.