Global tensions heightened following Russia’s attack on Ukraine on 24 February 2022. The attack caused concern all over the world and made everyone panic. As the attack got underway in Europe, the F1 drivers were on the track on day two of pre-season testing in Barcelona, Spain.
Russian GP held at Sochi Autodrome and saw Lewis Hamilton end P1 and Max Verstappen P2 into the 2021 season. The final race is tough, and according to the strategy of McLaren and Lando Norris Unsuccessful due to rain, Max Verstappen hit a big profit and finished P2 after starting at the back of the net, following an engine change.
Red Bull driver and 2021 F1 world champion Max Verstappen shared his stance on whether to hold the Russian GP. The driver said, “When a country is at war, it’s not right to race there.”
Sebastian Vettel and F1’s view of the whole situation
Veteran racer and four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel speak, “For myself, my opinion is that if you don’t go, don’t go. I think it’s wrong to race in that country. I am so sorry for the people, innocent people are losing their lives, being killed for stupid reasons.”
Max Verstappen has shared his thoughts on the legendary former Red Bull driver. Sebastian Vettel’s strong words were applauded by many fans.
On the other hand, F1 is also keeping a close eye on the whole situation. “Formula One is closely monitoring developments as smoothly as many others and at this time has no further comment on the race scheduled for September,” an F1 spokesman said. said. show.
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