Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc are suggested as the top contenders to win the Drivers’ Championship, but with Red Bull’s reliability issues a clear lead is seen in the Championship standings. No one can deny the fact that Red Bull wasn’t at their best and Ferrari gained a lot as a result, but Ferrari did a commendable job too.
Ferrari made a great comeback. They’ve built a car that beats others for speed, has no reliability issues and is nimble around corners. This car with the perfect combination of drivers in the form of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz can take Ferrari all the way. With this new form of excellence Ferrari has found, Red Bull must hurry.
Red Bull’s problems are there and the solution to them must be found quickly. Giving away points that easily is not the ideal situation for Red Bull or even Max Verstappen. According to Mika Häkkinen, Red Bull “cannot afford” constant technical failures.
Mika Häkkinen’s take on Charles and Max Verstappen’s championship fight
In his column for unibet, Hakkinen suggested that anything can happen in the remaining races, but he had a few words to say on the current situation. “The important thing is that Charles has two wins and one second place in those first three Grands Prix, while Max Verstappen has had one win and two non-placements.” Häkkinen said, according to gpblog.com. “At this level you cannot afford constant technical failures. Max won’t be happy.” he added.
The road to winning the championship will be tough as Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull will give their all to give each other the toughest competition. While teams and drivers will work hard to achieve the results they want, fans around the world will have a great time this season.
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