Verstappen: “Front wing turned out to be completely wrong”

Max Verstappen is the first to admit his performance in Turkey was not his best yet, but also makes a remarkable revelation: his front wing was completely misadjusted during the race.

The Grand Prix of Turkey was not for Max Verstappen. The Dutchman started the race from second place, but got off badly and fell back to midfield. The Red Bull Racing driver then drove back nicely to third place, but spun once he was on the heels of Sergio Perez. At the end of the stage he had to sign for sixth place, a disappointing result.

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“Let me first say that this was not my best race,” Verstappen puts in his own bosom. However, the Dutchman also makes a remarkable statement: he drove with the wrong settings: “Everything went wrong. My front wing turned out to be completely incorrectly adjusted. On one side I had seven degrees too little. That is really a lot.”

According to Verstappen, there was not much he could have done: “Normally you only adjust one degree there, or something in that area. What do you want then, as a driver? Almost nothing works then.” Due to this mistake of his team, the Limburger struggled with oversteer in the fast left corners, which made his race difficult. Among other things, his right front tire was chased over the cliff.

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