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F1 GP Monaco 2021 || Red Bull darts to Mercedes

Red Bull are ecstatic. It is not for less. In Monaco they offered an exhibition. Max Verstappen won the race and, as a result, is the new leader of the World Championship with a four-point lead (105-101) over Lewis Hamilton.

On top of that, the energy drinks team managed to get Checo Pérez to finish fourth (he had finished ninth). It was a great day for the Milton Keynes-based team. Right now it is a leader in Constructors . It has a little to Mercedes, who is not used to suffering, or to being behind, since the hybrid era entered F1.

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Now that they are up, the Austrian squad has taken the opportunity to throw some darts at their biggest rival for the title. Helmut Marko , who usually speaks without filters, has indicated in 'Sky' that Hamilton was not expected to resign himself to being behind Pierre Gasly." We were surprised that Lewis drove behind Gasly without presenting much opposition, " said the Red Bull adviser.

And then he unleashed another verbal barrage aimed at the German team: "We were also struck by Bottas' failed pit stop. This shows that when they are under pressure, they make mistakes . That also means we have to move on and push harder. to Mercedes ", has riveted.

Max's message

For his part, Verstappen , who had never managed to get on the podium in Monaco, has managed to overcome in one stroke the 14 points that the '44' took him. For the sixth race of the year (in Baku) he will start as the leader. In his statements after the appointment in the narrow streets of the Principality, 'Mad Max' seemed to take his particular 'vendetta' for the statements of the seven-time champion before the most glamorous grand prize of the year.

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"First of all, actions always speak louder than words . I think it's a good lesson after this weekend. You have to talk on the track, and that's what I like. We as a team have committed up to now the smallest mistakes, and that is why we are ahead. I hope we can continue like this for the rest of the season ", has emphasized the '33' after his incontestable triumph in Monaco.

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