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“They’re very difficult To beat” Max Verstappen Portraits at Dominant Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes Ahead of Portuguese GP

The neck-to-neck fight between Max Verstappen of Red Bull and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes will get more competitive.

Max Verstappen, the Red Bull driver talked about the potential title battle between him and the seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton.

Lewis Hamilton and his team Mercedes AMG F1 together dominated the sport like never before. The Englishman claimed his seventh title last season while the German automobile giants collected their seventh Constructor’s Championship as well.

The 23-year-old driver conveyed on the upcoming Portugal Grand Prix and the intense rivalry, “It’s great to be fighting against Lewis, Mercedes who, I think, as a team, they have been so dominant and they’re very difficult to beat.”

Max Verstappen vs Lewis Hamilton, the battle to look out for

Verstappen currently sits at P2, just one point behind Lewis in the fight for Championship. Max further asserted “So to be able to sit here now, now two races in a row, we were very, very competitive, that’s very promising but no guarantees.”

Max Verstappen driving ahead.

Max Verstappen leading the pack at the Sakhir Grand Prix. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Max Verstappen being the title favorite alongside Lewis Hamilton has been a driver to looks out for this season. The Dutchman has clinched the recently concluded Italian Grand Prix and was just seven-tenth of a second slower than Hamilton in the season opener Bahrain Grand Prix and finished at P2 behind him.

With Lewis looking forward to grabbing his eighth individual title and beat Michael Schumacher’s record, Verstappen is the strongest challenge between him and the title. Mercedes as everyone knows is already the top team in the history of Formula One with seven titles altogether and will further look forward to beating Red Bull and extend their run to the eighth Constructor Championship. It will be interesting to see who gets the better of who at the end of the season.


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