Formula 1: The moment of the abandonment of Max Ferstapen

He was forced to leave the Melbourne Grand Prix in , as the Dutch champion’s single-seat faced trouble in the brakes. An unexpected development occurred to Max Ferstapen in Melbourne’s Grand Prix for Formula 1, as the Dutch pilot was having trouble with the brakes in his car and was forced to leave the race. In fact the rear right wheel of the Red Bull vehicle caught fire, with engineers necessarily withdrawing the car, since it could not be again on the track. So the 26-year-old pilot who was betrayed by his car, was forced to give up the race, an unexpected development for him and Red Bull. A dramatic day in Melbourne Max Verstappen’s dances of a record-equaling 10th straight victory wed up in smoke — Formula 1 (@F1) This was the first abandonment of Ferstapen after two years and 43 consecutive finishes!

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