Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve on Friday criticised the Red Bull-Toro Rosso recruitment of 16-year-old Dutch racer Max Verstappen and said that it proved F1′s superlicence system is flawed.
The 1997 champion said that it proves the current licence system is 'meaningless' and suggested it is 'the worst thing ever for Formula One.'
Canadian Villeneuve said: 'Getting a superlicense should be meaningful, not just doing three hundred kilometres and it being fine. There is something that is flawed there.'
'Basically, it's like getting all the presents without deserving anything. But there is this thing of ‘the younger, the better'. What's the next step? A...
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