Max Verstappen and Red Bull BOYCOTT Sky Sports indefinitely amid row over pit-lane reporter Ted Kravitz’s claims Lewis Hamilton was ‘robbed’ of the title last season as F1 world champion grows tired of coverage

Red Bull have issued a boycott of interviews with Sky after Max Verstappen took umbrage with comments made by the broadcaster. Verstappen’s issue with with Sky emanates from comments recently made by pit-lane reporter Ted Kravitz referencing Verstappen’s inaugural title win in 2021. The 25-year-old overcame his longtime rival Lewis Hamilton during the latter stages of last week’s United States Grand Prix to secure his thirteenth win of the season and secure the constructors title for Red Bull. Speaking following the event, Kravitz referenced the controversial 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and professed his belief that Verstappen’s car was ultimately the difference maker between the two greats of the sport.

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