Max Verstappen: I gave everything to win the Canadian GP –

F1 News: Max Verstappen admits he enjoyed the Canadian GP race and did everything he could to be first to the finish line.

Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen successfully won the Canadian GP series which took place on Monday morning (20/6). He managed to beat Carlos Sainz Jr (Scuderia Ferrari) so the Spaniard had to settle for P2. Verstappen was not only involved in a fierce duel with Sainz in Montreal, but also Lewis Hamilton who eventually finished third.

Overall, he praised the performance of the Ferrari duo at the Canadian GP. Because Sainz’s partner, Charles Leclerc, was also impressive by obtaining the P5.

“The weekend went pretty well for me, and we can be happy with that. Overall Ferrari is very quick and strong in racing,” Verstappen said as quoted by Grandprix247.

The 24-year-old revealed he was feeling the thrill of a real race just laps from the finish line. The last two laps were so much fun for Max Verstappen.

“It was really exciting at the end, the last two laps were really fun, I really raced and gave it my all,” he said.

“The Aigle safety car at the end of the race certainly didn’t help, Carlos (Sainz) had fresher tires so it was difficult, I preferred to attack than defend, but luckily it worked. This year too, we seem to be quick on the straights which helps a lot.”

Tags: Canadian GP, ​​F1 2022, Max Verstappen, Red Bull

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