Verstappen ‘doesn’t want to think about Championship’ and says he’s ‘already miles behind’ after Australian GP disaster

REIGNING F1 champ Max Verstappen has said he “doesn’t want to think about” the championship, after he was forced to retire from the Australian Grand Prix. The Dutch racer, 24, had another disastrous race – and was forced to retire for the second time this season. Before his DNF, Verstappen was sitting comfortably in second place with 20 laps to go. “But we didn’t even finish the race so it’s pretty frustrating and unacceptable.”. Verstappen revealed there were reliability concerns. Ferrari driver Leclerc won his second Grand Prix of the season after another commanding performance. Verstappen had trailed Leclerc throughout in second place but a problem with his engine forced his retirement.

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