Verstappen "really not happy" after more engine woe in F1 Tuscan GP

Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton celebrated the 90th win of his Formula One career, one short of Michael Schumacher's all-time record, after a insane crash-strewn Tuscan Grand Prix on Sunday that was twice stopped and re-started. "We had the speed and a good auto".

The discrepancy in performance between the two Red Bull drivers couldn't have been more stark at the 12th race of the 2019 season, the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Verstappen's afternoon was over in the gravel trap, but he knew it was the engine issue that was the main reason for his retirement as it put him directly into the firing line.

Verstappen, Red Bull's number one driver, warned Gasly that returning was a bad idea.

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton (centre) celebrates on the podium after winning the race alongside second placed Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas and third placed Red Bull's Alexander Albon (right).

The difference between Red Bull's Nos.

With Albon having made a point on the team radio after the race of thanking the team for sticking with him, Horner is optimistic about where his driver goes from here.


Horner added that one of the key qualities Red Bull has identified in Albon is his approach to technical matters, which has allowed him to win "the respect" of his engineers.

Speaking after the race, Albon voiced his delight at finally breaking his duck at the end of a tough race. He became the first Thai on the podium since the championship started in 1950. The safety vehicle was deployed, and the first driver to take advantage of the window of opportunity to pit was Gasly. When racing resumed on lap 24, Hamilton led from Stroll and Gasly.

"But it's all going to anyway depend on, firstly, if you have the pace to follow and second, of course, tyre degradation".

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen expressed his mounting frustration after retiring from another Formula 1 race, having been taken out of the Tuscan Grand Prix on the opening lap. Every practice, qualifying session and race LIVE.

Gasly's astonishing victory was the first for a French driver since Olivier Panis won the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix in far more dramatic fashion (only three cars finished that race).

Christian Horner, the Team Principal at Red Bull, was delighted to see Albon finally grab that maiden Formula 1 podium on Sunday, even if he rued the engine issue and crash that eliminated the other auto of Verstappen on the opening lap.

Horner stated that Albon had actually won over the group with the information he provides about the automobile.

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