Ralf Schumacher Chooses Max Verstappen Over Lewis Hamilton for 2021 F1 Championship

46-year-old former German Formula 1 driver chooses Max Verstappen over Lewis Hamilton as 2021 F1 World Champion.

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton
Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton

Although Lewis Hamilton might have edged himself over Max Verstappen in the Driver’s standings going into the half time of the 2021 Formula 1 season. Yet former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher thinks that the seven-time World Champion cannot out-race the Dutchman when it comes to the 2021 Championship. Moreover, he appreciated Verstappen and Red Bull in dealing with the mental pressure this year. 

Max has had bad luck twice now, but he has put in an incredible performance so far. Even when the Red Bull isn’t running well, he’s getting the best out of the car,” Schumacher eulogized in his column with SkyThanks to two unfortunate Grands Prix, he has had to relinquish the lead in the world championship. “But I don’t think he will overcompensate in the second half of the season because he has matured now”. 

Ralf Schumacher on Max Verstappen 

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Ralf Schumacher

That maturity also struck Jacques Villeneuve earlier. It is an important quality if you want the world title in Formula 1, according to Schumacher. “You’ve seen that all season and it was badly needed. Of course, Lewis is trying all sorts of things to get him off his back, but he doesn’t stand a chance with Max Verstappen this year. For Red Bull, it will be important to focus on the essentials and not constantly react to Mercedes’ distraction tactics.” 

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Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton

At the Grand Prix at Silverstone, Lewis Hamilton bowled his big Dutch rival out of the race. There will be many more clashes to come, it is predicted. “I don’t think Lewis and Max have clashed for the last time. The closer it gets to the end of the championship, the harder it will become. For us as spectators that’s great because we can look forward to mega exciting races,” the 46-year-old German concluded. 

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