Max Verstappen sees no point in 'smashing things up' after missed Bahrain opportunity


He added: “I wasn’t really that surprised that they were so close in the race, because like I’ve said before, I think they didn’t have the perfect lap in qualifying.

“They are very close, even though sometimes they don’t say it, but they are very close.

“I think it’s definitely an opportunity missed, but I think if we have the fastest car then it’s not going to matter, because then we have 22 races to finish in front of them, but we’ll see about that.

“Like I said this is not Bahrain, maybe Bahrain was a one off, but I hope of course not.


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