Max: Our car should work better in Montreal

Max: Our car should work better in Montreal

The Red Bull Racing pitcher Max Verstappen spoke about the Canadian Grand Prix, which will take place next week.

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Max Verstappen, who started in the ninth place and finished the race in the third training session despite having a great advantage in Monaco, talked about Gilles Villeneuve runway of Canada Grand Prix.

Verstappen, "If we take the whole Gilles Villeneuve runway, it is very important to go through the final choke, and you come with braking at a very rapid pace and with cold brakes, so finding the right braking point is very important and you should be able to do it every turn."

"It also determines your exit line and speed, which you get too close to the wall, so it's important not to hit the wheels by hitting the wall, you do not notice a millimeter or centimeter, you just do not touch the wall."

"The first and second cornering have a great atmosphere because the stands in this area of the track are completely full and create a stadium air, making the start more special." said.

Verstappen also expressed his frustration with the past season and his views on the race this season.

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"The race in 2017 was a complete frustration for me because I had to go into the pit on the 10th lap due to a technical problem and my car will perform as well as it is now so I hope I can make up for the frustration of the past season with a good result. "

"I am experiencing a different excitement every time I am in America, I enjoy being here, the people, the food and the atmosphere are always wonderful."

Verstappen, who made a controversial start with the season's accidents, is sixth with 75 points behind championship leader Hamilton with 35 points.

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