F1 Social Stint | Verstappen and Perez having fun with some paint

21-04-2021 07:13 | Updated: 27-04-2021 17:48
by GPblog.com
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F1 Social Stint | Verstappen and Perez having fun with some paint

After the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, it's time for another short break towards the next race in Portimao. GPblog's F1 Social Stint finds out what drivers and teams do around a Grand Prix.

Verstappen red faced with laughter

Earlier today we saw that the Red Bull Racing drivers were working on a funny promotional video for their sponsor and fuel supplier ExxonMobil. The result was quite a laugh for Max Verstappen, who literally bursts out laughing at the sight of his teammate.

Verstappen takes place in a new car

Max Verstappen is working hard with Red Bull Racing to live up to the high expectations in Portugal as well. It does not mean, however, that the Dutchman is not looking to relax. The winner of the Imola GP drove a very special car on Tuesday.

Red Bull looks back on 2020 with laughter and video of Verstappen

Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen secured a podium in Portimao last year, but it was not to be. Verstappen collided with Sergio Perez at the start and struggled to keep his RB16 on track. At Red Bull, they can laugh about it, and they pull out an old video of Verstappen from that weekend.

Hamilton turns out to have more talents than racing

Lewis Hamilton shows in a new video on Twitter that he can do more than just race. The seven-time world champion plays a guitar given to him by legendary artist David Bowie.

Is Mercedes also fast with these four wheels?

James Allison tried something different this weekend. On Mercedes' Twitter channel, the team's technical director, encouraged by Toto Wolff, can be seen going around the paddock on a skateboard. However, some pictures also show that it was not all plain sailing.

Show car Team Red Bull Racing spotted

A few days after Max Verstappen's sublime race in Imola, Red Bull Racing's Formula 1 car has reappeared. The team posts on social media: "Spotted. Great to have the show car Team back on the road."

'Code Brown' for Verstappen and Red Bull Racing

Max Verstappen had a critical moment at the restart. The Dutchman spun just before the start but managed to keep his car on the track. It was still Code Brown, as Red Bull Racing's media team described it.

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