Max Verstappen reacts to taking Dutch GP pole as Sergio Perez crash causes late drama

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Verstappen’s weekend got off to a poor start in practice yesterday with the reigning champion breaking down with a gearbox fault just minutes into FP1. The team was then uncompetitive in the afternoon, with the Dutchman a massive six-tenths slower in the second session. 

Leclerc looked devastated after qualifying as he realised how close he was to grabbing his first pole since the French Grand Prix. However, the Ferrari star warned Verstappen may not have it their own way tomorrow based on race pace. 

Speaking after the session, Leclerc explained: “Max did a great lap in the end, our car was getting better and better. In the beginning I was scared because Max was much quicker than us on used tyres. 


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