Max Verstappen has been subject to a lot of criticism this season because of the amount of crashes that he has been involved in.
Verstappen was identified as Red Bull’s first choice driver, one that they wanted to invest in, but the investment hasn’t really flourished, as he has been making a few immature moves on the circuit.
Verstappen’s exciting brand of driving does provide the fans with a lot of entertainment, but for Red Bull it has been more of headache this season, as he has been committing school boy errors in almost every race.
Naturally, he has been questioned a lot about his ‘crashes’ but it seems like Verstappen now has had enough.
A Daily Express reporter asked Verstappen about all the crashes he was involved in this season and how it has affected him and Verstappen came up with the crudest reply possible.
“I get really tired of all the questions. If I get any more I might headbutt someone.” Verstappen said.
Verstappen has been very firm about keeping his racing style intact, no matter what happens on the race track.
“I get really tired of all the comments that I should change my approach. I will never do that because it has brought me to where I am right now.” Verstappen said.
“I know very well what can be done better and you try to put that in place for the next grand prix.
“It’s not as dramatic as people say it is. I haven’t scored the points l should have scored but it’s not only my fault. It could have been better but everyone makes it so dramatic.” he concluded.