Verstappen complained several times about the performance of his RB16B about the on-board radio. For example, he suffered from understeer and said he was ‘struggling’ with certain things. “But there are no big things that we won’t get over. It just wasn’t an easy day with these temperatures. We will analyze everything.”
In the end, Verstappen was once ahead of and once behind his Mercedes rivals in Hungary. An exciting qualifying session is therefore expected for Saturday afternoon (3 p.m.) on the short, winding circuit where Red Bull Racing should normally be able to cope, but Lewis Hamilton has won the last three years. The difference in the world championship is 8 points in favor of Verstappen prior to the Hungarian GP.
Verstappen is not worried: ‘There are no things we won’t get over’ | formula 1
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