Verstappen disagrees with Hamilton over ‘Red Bull domination’ claims

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Max Verstappen disagrees with Lewis Hamilton’s claims that F1 should make sure that no team is able to dominate for several year and says for him “it’s a bit more relaxing to win it more comfortably”.

Lewis Hamilton recently said that Formula 1 should do something to make sure that one team does not dominate the sport for several years.

This caused some, including Red Bull’s Christian Horner, Helmut Marko and Max Verstappen, to says he was being ‘hypocritical’, because he wasn’t saying that while Mercedes was on top.

Those same people ignore the fact that the budget cap is making it very difficult for other teams to catch up to the dominant team, which was not the case during Mercedes’ run of success.

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Nevertheless, ahead of the Dutch Grand Prix, Max Verstappen once again said he doesn’t believe his team’s current domination of F1 is a problem.

“I’d rather have a very straightforward race all the time, but that only happens maybe once or twice in your career in a year, like you have a season like that,” Max said.

“But again we’re racing drivers, the teams are a lot closer, and for me that’s also fine.

“But for me it’s a bit more relaxing to win it more comfortably,” Verstappen concluded.

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