Brundle sasy Verstappen was wrong: ‘He lured Leclerc into the trap’.

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Charles Leclerc will get a grid penalty of three locations in Abu Dhabi for his reckless braking motion in the course of the Sakhir GP. Each Leclerc and Max Verstappen DNF’ed their race in flip 4. Nevertheless, in keeping with Martin Brundle, Verstappen was extra instigator than sufferer.

Not Leclerc however Verstappen was the instigator

Though Leclerc was punished and a number of other analysts believed that Verstappen was a sufferer of the incident with Leclerc and Sergio Perez, Skysports reporter Martin Brundle thinks it is the opposite approach round. Verstappen enticed Leclerc right into a mistake along with his inconceivable warning.

In his column on, Brundle writes: “Verstappen sensed hassle and was unusually early on his brakes, thus releasing Perez on the skin and enciting Leclerc into an finally late, wild braking motion on the within of a sandy observe.

Verstappen wasted nice alternative

Brundle continues: “Perez reduce to the apex of the bend to overhaul Bottas. He would by no means have had the chance to see Leclerc. Nevertheless, it could have been good to imagine that somebody can at all times sit there”. Brundle appears responsible Verstappen, who, in keeping with the Brit, bought in the way in which of sight of Perez and made certain that Leclerc had no alternative however to brake late and wild.
His conclusion about Verstappen is: “The cruelest was Verstappen. He drove very defensively and in order to not must brake laborious, he drove previous [Leclerc, ed.] on the skin in a gravel lure that I feel few drivers knew about.
“From simply surviving the incident to driving your wheel off the wall. It was a vastly painful approach for Max to waste a possibility”.


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