Max Verstappen’s brutal message for Las Vegas F1 officers after given penalty

Max Verstappen gave a classically brutal response to receiving a 5 second penalty in the course of the Las Vegas Grand Prix.

The F1 world champ was in sometimes abrasive type as he started on the entrance row alongside Charles Leclerc and narrowly averted contact with the Ferrari as he ran huge lunging down the within at flip one.

Verstappen, who began off the racing line, was unable to get any temperature into his tyres heading into flip one and relied on the attention of Leclerc to go off observe and keep away from a crash after he was pushed off by the Red Bull. The Dutchman was capable of return on observe forward of Leclerc and Red Bull believed they had been proper to carry observe place as a digital security automotive was deployed for a number of incidents behind.

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The incident between Verstappen and Leclerc was investigated by the stewards and a call was ultimately made in the course of the ninth lap of the race following a digital and full security automotive after Lando Norris crashed out and was taken to hospital.

Verstappen’s race engineer Gianpiero Lambiase relayed the penalty to the driving force who had a 2.5 second hole to Leclerc on the entrance of the race on the time, Verstappen savagely replied: “Yeah that’s fine, send them my regards!”

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Verstappen received a five second penalty for pushing Charles Leclerc off track
Verstappen obtained a 5 second penalty for pushing Charles Leclerc off observe

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Despite his unprecedented dominance this season, Verstappen has been susceptible to snappy and sarcastic messages concerning stewards’ selections, crew methods and automotive efficiency, with Lambiase taking the brunt of his frustration, typically resulting in hilarious interactions between the 2.

Some F1 followers on social media had been unimpressed with Verstappen’s newest outburst, one fan stated: “What an attitude… nice example for future generations. Well done.” A second commented: “Such arrogance and disgusting attitude. The worst F1 champion ever.” While a 3rd added: “Disgusting attitude. Nothing new sadly.”

Max Verstappen holds the trophy after winning the Las Vegas Grand Prix
Verstappen received in Las Vegas regardless of the penalty

Verstappen’s time penalty in the end proved ineffective as he received his 18th race of the season, pipping Leclerc who overtook Sergio Perez on the ultimate lap of the race to file a P2 end.