Verstappen doesn't panic at the criticism: 'I've seen worse'

24-09-2021 06:23 | Updated: 24-09-2021 09:11
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Verstappen doesn't panic at the criticism: 'I've seen worse'

Max Verstappen has received a lot of criticism after the crash with Lewis Hamilton in Italy. The Dutchman is not worried about it, because he says he has experienced more difficult moments in his career.

For those who thought Verstappen would be under pressure in a Formula 1 title fight, it turns out to be quite wrong in 2021. The Red Bull Racing driver will remain very calm in his duel with Hamilton in 2021. Even after his crash with Hamilton came under fire in the British media, the Dutchman remains calm.

Pressure does not affect Verstappen

''In the end, it makes sense for all of this to happen. I don't care about it. I'm not worried about it. Whether it's really that easy? Yes, for me it is,'' Verstappen said according to De Telegraaf. Of course, Verstappen was taught by his father Jos from an early age, so he may be more used to it than he is now.

''This is all child's play, man. I have experienced other things in my life, so I'm not nervous. It does not matter what. It's not that complicated. You get in the car, you have a gas pedal, brake pedal and a steering wheel. That's what it's all about. It doesn't matter how many people write about it,'' concludes the number one of the world championships.

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