Verstappen labels F1 rivals ‘w***ers’ in foul-mouthed rant at Chinese Grand Prix

Verstappen labels F1 rivals 'w***ers' in foul-mouthed rant at Chinese Grand Prix

MOTORMOUTH Max Verstappen slammed his Formula One rivals in an X-rated rant at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Red Bull’s main man labelled his fellow drivers “w***ers” after failing to complete his final qualifying lap in Shanghai.
EPA Max Verstappen went on a foul-mouthed rant after failing to finish a final lap in qualifying
Verstappen, 21, attempted to improve his grid position but was passed by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo, his former team-mate.
Race engineer Gianpiero Lambiase urged the Dutchman to speed up which led Verstappen to shout: “They are such w***ers, honestly.”
Verstappen’s anger appeared to be directed at Vettel, Ricciardo and Hulkenburg as he added: “You’re trying to be nice but everybody’s just f***ed it up.”
The youngster’s fury continued after the race as Verstappen vowed to get revenge over the trio.
He reportedly told Dutch TV: “We were just staying neatly behind each other, but at a certain point Vettel passed me and the two Renaults as well.
“So they f***** up my entire build up. There is an unwritten rule that you just follow each other. From now on in qualifying, I’m going to f*** them up as well.”
Verstappen is not known for being pals with his fellow drivers.
The unpredictable Dutchman was filmed pushing Force India’s Esteban Ocon in November during the Brazilian GP.
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Failure to finish his last lap in China leaves the Red Bull man fifth on the grid for tomorrow’s GP at the Shanghai International Circuit.
Mercedes got the one-two with Valtterri Bottas on pole and world champ Lewis Hamilton second.
Ferrari picked up third and fourth with new boy Charles Leclerc putting pressure on seasoned veteran Vettel for the position of main man in the Italian team.
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