“We have a substantial amount of data to use ahead of the race,” Max Verstappen oozes confidence ahead of Spanish GP

Max Verstappen's expectation for the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix.

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Max Verstappen is all ready to fight for the first spot in Spain after being victorious in Imola and Miami.

Red Bull is second in the constructor championship with 151 points not much behind the leader. Max after the two continuous wins closed the gap with Charles to 19 points now.

Spain would be a race to watch with all the data from the pre-season testing and teams coming up with all the upgrades, it could turn the tides for the season.

The 2021 champion won the first race of his career in Barcelona in 2016, after the clash between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton fighting for the championship. Max didn’t let the opportunity go and won the race starting his Red Bull career.

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“I have a lot of good memories at the track from my first win in Formula One back in 2016 when I was 18,” said Max.

Red Bull driver spent some time with his family and now is confident to start with the Spanish Grand Prix “I’ve had some time to rest with my family since and now I’m looking forward to driving in Barcelona again.”

Max Verstappen’s expectations for the Spanish weekend

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Max won the first Miami Grand Prix

Max has won the Spanish GP only once in his career but that doesn’t define his form over the last few years at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. He has managed to finish on the podium here since 2018. 

Therefore explains his expectations he has for the weekend, he mentioned the data collection the team has for the car in this circuit which all the teams lacked for Miami.

“Unlike Miami, we have a substantial amount of data to use ahead of the race.” 

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He hopefully wants to carry the momentum the team has gained over the last two weekends and to carry that ahead as well.

Hopefully we can keep the momentum going from the last few races with a clean start from Friday onwards.”

With Ferrari coming all out with big upgrades for the Spanish weekend which speculates to give them a head of four-tenths, it would be a watchful race for the title fight between Red Bull and Ferrari.

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