‘At this level, it shouldn’t happen’ – Max Verstappen furious with Red Bull team after late Bahrain Grand Prix meltdown

MAX VERSTAPPEN was left fuming with Red Bull after his late meltdown at the Bahrain Grand Prix. The world champion was forced to retire from the race with just three laps to go due to suspected fuel pump issues. Verstappen had been on course for a second-place finish behind Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc when the bizarre incident occurred. And Red Bull’s suffering did not stop there, with Verstappen’s teammate Sergio Perez also retiring due to the same problem. The Spaniard was forced to stop on the FINAL lap, denying him a third-place finish. Speaking after the dramatic race, Verstappen made it clear he was not impressed with the faults in both Red Bull cars. “Of course I know that with one retirement it’s not over, but I would have preferred to have 18 points.”.

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