Red Bull’s problems are still evident today at the Singapore GP_ Verstappen

The much improved RB19 on race day allowed Max Verstappen to move up to fifth at the end of his winning streak.

   Max Verstappen believes the problems that affected Red Bull’s practice were also evident during the Singapore GP. A record run of 10 consecutive wins came to an end on the streets of Marina Bay as Red Bull’s hopes of taking all the wins in 2023 were dashed when the RB19 lost track control.

   Suspension and floor problems marred practice as Verstappen crashed in Q2 before starting on hard tires in the hope that a late safety car would boost the order.

   The safety car came out too early when Logan Sargeant put his front wing on track, but the world champion stormed back to fifth at the flag after a late charge, half a second behind the ailing Charles Leclerc. the fourth Despite the strong race pace, Verstappen felt that some of the RB19’s issues did not go away on race day.

   Red Bull problems “I think they were still there but to a lesser degree,” Verstappen told media including RacingNews365 after his first fifth place since the 2019 British GP.

   “Normally, of course, our car is always better in the race and I think you can see that, especially at the end on Medium, I had a good pace and I controlled my tires to last until the end. There is a lot.

   I will continue with the strategy, but I didn’t want to make mistakes. [Losing] half a second here, a second there can make a big difference at the end of the race.”

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