Czech Prez can no longer be at Red Bull: the tense dialogue with his team appears on the radio

Czech Prez can no longer be at Red Bull: the tense dialogue with his team appears on the radio

TheThe case of the Mexican pilot Sergio Czech Breeze in Red Bull It’s getting more and more difficult. And that’s what I showed Christian Horner, the Red Bull boss, in recent days, despite the fact that he confirmed that in the Italian Grand Prix, after a difficult start by Mexican Checo Pérez, knew how to recover along the way and regained his positions significantly, since at one point it was finally And lags 20 seconds. “We saw a big flat side and there were also some issues with the disc brakes, so he had to get into the pits early. His recovery after that was very good. He had to go again, but then the safety car came out.”

But those were his words after the race, while Horner didn’t dare give Chico any encouragement after qualifying. But most notable was the conversation he had on the radio with his team on lap 43, when Checo was asked to enter the pits for a second time to change from hard to soft, despite his misfortune showing the safety car. On lap 48, making his entry a waste: Chico tells Hugh Bird, his engineer, “It’s OK, dude, Why do we stop, the engineer just replied, “Yes, we’ll discuss it later.” By then Checo had run out of words and without the courage to continue talking to the strategist, who only commented that they had “a lot to improve” until they parked their car.

Horner showered Verstappen with praise after Sunday’s race, reminding him that he deserved to win at Monza, even though he made it to SF. only pointed to Mexican performance Before the media and immediately after consulting him about his participation, although he did so oddly to highlight his reaction.

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