Watch chat with Crimson Bull’s Max Verstappen and Christian Horner throughout Sunday’s Hungarian GP protection from 12.30pm on Sky F1
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Don’t miss an unique interview with Max Verstappen and Christian Horner on Sky Sports activities F1 on Sunday as Crimson Bull’s star driver and crew boss look again on an epic German GP, a implausible yr, and clarify why the longer term seems brilliant.
The Crimson Bull duo’s fascinating chat with Sky F1’s Paul Di Resta might be aired throughout our Hungarian GP build-up present from 12.30pm on Sunday, forward of lights out for the race at 2.10pm.
Verstappen begins on pole for the primary time in his F1 profession, forward of Mercedes duo Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton, and is chasing his third win in 4 races.
Within the interview, Verstappen – who has been linked with a transfer away – insists he is “really happy” at Crimson Bull and with the course they’re heading after spectacularly profitable in Austria and Germany.
“As a team we are growing with Honda and I feel happy in the team,” says Verstappen.
“And I think when you bring that all home when everyone’s feeling really happy and motivated, it brings you to another level.”
Verstappen, who has loved a remarkably constant run – ending within the high 5 within the final 20 races – additionally admits he “learned a lot” from his error-strewn begin to the F1 2018 season.
“The beginning of last year was not nice for me but actually a really good lesson,” he explains. “Knowing when to take risks, when not to, when to bring the points home even if it’s not in the position you would like to.”
Horner, in the meantime, tells Sky F1 the Dutchman’s type has been “incredible” and provides: “If we give him the tools the one thing you know is that he’s going to deliver.”
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The Crimson Bull crew principal additionally sees loads of potential for this partnership, with Verstappen now the crew chief in his fourth yr.
“There’s a lot of ambitions that we have that we want to realise with Max,” says Horner, who oversaw 4 consecutive titles from 2010 to 2013.
“I think with the potential of this partnership with Honda, there’s great things just around the corner.”
The unique with Verstappen, arguably the driving force of F1 2019, and Horner, his Crimson Bull crew boss, is important viewing and might be aired forward of Sunday’s Hungarian GP, stay solely on Sky Sports activities F1.
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Sky Sports activities F1’s Hungarian GP schedule
Sunday, August 4
8.55am: F3 Race Two (Simulcast on Sky Sports activities Essential Occasion)
10.15am: F2 Race Two
10.30pm (Sky One): The F1 Present
11.40am: Porsche Supercup
12.30pm: Hungarian GP: Pit Lane Stay
1,30pm: Hungarian GP: On The Grid
2.10pm: THE HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX LIVE! (Simulcast on Sky Sports activities Essential Occasion)
4pm: Hungarian GP Paddock Stay
5.30pm: Hungarian GP Highlights
6.30pm: Hungarian GP Greatest Bits
7pm: Hungarian GP Race Rerun
Do not miss the following instalment of F1 2019 on the Hungarian GP this weekend on Sky Sports activities F1 – the ultimate race earlier than the summer time break. Learn the way to look at all of the 2019 season stay.