Max Verstappen, who criticized the Las Vegas Grand Prix more and more sharply than anyone else, appeared in a nightclub with two friends after the race.
Max Verstappen criticized the first Las Vegas Grand Prix non-stop during the race weekend, and from the design of the track to the organizer F1 spared no one. At the same time, it should be noted that the Dutch driver added during the flood of criticism: he has no problem with Las Vegas, in fact, he loves it very much, he just doesn’t want to compete here.
Well, after his 18th race victory this year, he proved it, as he appeared at the Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace at 4 am on Sunday in the company of the Dutch star DJ Martin Garrix and Lando Norris, who fell heavily during the race and was taken to the hospital as a precaution, he reported about him in the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Verstappen is still not subtle, he criticized F1 with ruthless honesty even after the Vegas time trial
By the way, after the race, Verstappen didn’t enter the Vegas race with a pair of legs, even though the show elements could have made him do it even then, since, unlike usual, the first three placed were not interviewed in the pit lane, but were driven to the Belaggio Hotel in a Rolls Royce Phantom. then back to the results announcement. The Dutch driver did not hesitate to talk about the round, but he admitted that they ran an entertaining race on the track he had previously despised.
“Well, I always expected it to be a good race, it’s just like I said before, the track is four long straights and slow corners, so you don’t lose a lot of downforce. Never had a problem with that and yes, today was fun. That’s all I want to say about it, I think it was fun, I hope everyone enjoyed it. The DRS effect was strong, but in a good way, it made racing fun. Christian [Horner] in the end he forced me, so I couldn’t leave them hanging, I had to sing. But for sure I have to take lessons, make an appointment with Geri (Horner’s wife, former Spice Girls member Geri Halliwell, who is now Geri Horner – ed.)”