Verschuur lashes out at De Vries, Ricciardo discusses relationship with Verstappen | GPFans Recap

In our latest GPFans Recap we’ll take you on a bird’s-eye view of today’s best Formula 1 news. Below you will find the most talked-about topics from the royal class of motorsport, bundled in one article. This way you are fully informed of all developments within just two minutes.

Today Frans Verschuur, former team boss of Jos Verstappen, lashed out at Nyck de Vries. Daniel Ricciardo also discussed his relationship with Max Verstappen and Helmut Marko revealed when exactly Sergio Perez signed his contract. This is the GPFans Recap from June 4.

Needell: “If Red Bull had done that, Verstappen would have won in Monaco”

Max Verstappen could have won the Monaco Grand Prix relatively easily, thinks former Formula 1 driver Tiff Needell. If Red Bull had let Max Verstappen pass Sergio Pérez in the initial phase, the Dutchman would have driven to victory, he believes. Read more? Click here!

Verschuur points to possible cause of lesser form Verstappen

Former team boss of Jos Verstappen, Frans Verschuur thinks Gianpiero Lambiase’s new responsibility may prevent him from fully focusing on Max Verstappen’s title chances. Read more? Click here!

Don’t send a fan of De Vries: “He is a hopeless pancake”

Frans Verschuur does not think highly of reigning Formula E champion Nyck de Vries. The 27-year-old Dutchman is making progress and still hopes for a place in Formula 1, but according to Verschuur, De Vries’ talent is overestimated. Read more? Click here!

Red Bull reveals exact moment of signing Perez: “Then we extended him”

Helmut Marko has answered the question when exactly Sergio Perez has extended his contract with Red Bull. Was this before or after the race weekend in Monaco? Read more to find out exactly when the Mexican has extended his contract? Click here!

Ricciardo opens up about relationship with Verstappen after leaving Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo claims his relationship with Max Verstappen has improved since leaving Red Bull Racing. The Australian has since driven for Renault and McLaren, but so far has not really been able to compete for the prizes with his previous and current team. Read more? Click here!

Is Perez causing hesitation? “Red Bull must declare that Verstappen is the first driver”

According to Jack Plooij, who works for Ziggo Sport, Red Bull must clearly state to both the team and the outside world that Max Verstappen is the team’s first driver. Despite the fact that Sergio Perez is only 15 points behind, Red Bull must express its confidence in Verstappen, according to Plooij. Read more? Click here!

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