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Criticism on Verstappen: "He needs to think about his driving standards"

Max Verstappen received two time penalties totalling fifteen seconds in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. He was just able to hold on to his second place, as Valtteri Bottas finished exactly 15.7 seconds behind the Dutchman. The Red Bull Racing driver was criticised after the race, especially by Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, but also by British Sky Sports. According to Martin Brundle, it is so bad that Verstappen needs to change something about his driving style. "I think Verstappen has got to think about his driving standards. They were too much today," said the former Formula One driver. "There's aggressive, determined, feisty racing and then there's what we saw this evening,...
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