insists F1 still has work to do… Plus humidity at Marina Bay circuit a real killer
A lap record is expected at this weekend’s Grand Prix after track changes Sterling Moss was a big supporter of Singapore’s spectacular Marina Bay circuit Finding breakfast in Singapore can be a task for some European travelers Lewis Hamilton condemned Dr Helmut Marko’s criticism of Sergio Perez.
The 80-year-old Red Bull motorsport adviser, a key ally of the late energy drink magnate Dietrich Mateschitz, said of the team’s number one: “Let’s remember he’s South American, so he’s not as focused in his head as Max Verstappen or Sebastian Vettel was. Well, as Mexican, Perez is actually North American, and Marko’s views were considered completely outrageous or a bit old fashioned in many ways. Eighteen-year-old Mark issued a public apology, his social media trail buzzing with fury.
Perez, who trails Verstappen by 145 points, revealed he had also received a personal apology from the Austrian. Knowing the man’s character, he claimed, he was not offended by what others see as xenophobia. Another way is to say: typical Helmut! Which doesn’t mean all is well. Hamilton was certainly not ready to let the matter rest.
“This is completely unacceptable,” he said here in Singapore on Friday. – We say that there is no place for any kind of discrimination in this sport, and there should be no place. “Lewis Hamilton was quick to condemn Dr Helmut Marko’s discriminatory comments about Sergio Perez”.
Lewis Hamilton was quick to condemn Dr Helmut Marko’s discriminatory comments about Sergio Perez “Red Bull boss claims Perez won’t focus on team-mate Max Verstappen because he is ‘South American’.
The Red Bull boss claimed Perez is not focusing on teammate Max Verstappen because he is “South American”. Perez, who is Mexican and therefore from North America, insisted that he was not injured. Perez – who is Mexican and therefore from North America – insisted he was not injured