“I’ll have a word with him,” Max Verstappen questions his LOW awareness rating in F1 22 video game

Max and Sergio have recently revealed each other's ratings on the F1 22 game.

Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen
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Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez were recently seen revealing each other ratings on the F1 22 game and the Dutch driver was left a bit surprised after seeing him being given a rating of 79 in the Awareness category.

The whole segment was downright hilarious and after looking at his rating Verstappen jokingly admitted to having a word with whoever gave him that rating.

Max Verstappen as the reigning Formula One World Champion was expected to get a high rating in F1 22 game and the Dutchman scored nicely when it came to racecraft and pace as he got an impressive rating of 98 and 97 respectively.

After which Verstappen said, “I paid the makers a bag of money for that score.”

However, the story was not as bright when it came to “Awareness.” Max only got a score of 79 and this came as a huge surprise to his Mexican teammate Sergio Perez. Verstappen afterward in his clever way said,” Whoever who did that, I’ll have a word with him.”

Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen

The whole rating-reveal segment was hilarious and has got really good reviews from Formula One fans all over the world. The segment also included drivers from teams like Alpine, McLaren, AlphaTauri, Alfa Romeo, etc.

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Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez locked in a battle for the 2022 Drivers Championships

Sergio Perez(on the left) and Max Verstappen(on the right)
Sergio Perez(on the left) and Max Verstappen(on the right)

While the whole F1 22 segment was all fun and games but when it comes to the current season of Formula One both the Red Bull drivers are aware that they have a chance of winning the Championship this season and are looking to give their all in order to do that.

Max is currently leading the Drivers Championship with 175 points whereas his teammate Sergio is on 129 points in second place.

While these two are getting busy with their tussle at the front end, they should not forget about Charles Leclerc. The Monegasque has been in terrific form this season but the reliability issues at Ferrari have pegged him back in the Drivers Championship.

Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc

They cannot take Leclerc lightly and should keep one eye on the progress of the Monegasque and the other on their battle because they cannot let Leclerc and Co. to swoop back into the Driver’s Championship picture.

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