Verstappen’s Vegas Challenge: “I’ve Hit the Wall More Often!”

Max Verstappen is preparing to race in the Las Vegas Grand Prix despite not having much experience on the track, and he is looking forward to the new challenge.


– Max Verstappen travels from Europe back across the ocean to participate in the Las Vegas Grand Prix
– He describes the race in Las Vegas as a new job and a new challenge
– Verstappen admits to not knowing the track in Las Vegas and hitting walls in the F1 game
– Verstappen is prepared for the potential surprises at the race in Las Vegas due to the new track and low temperatures

Next on the horizon for Max Verstappen is the Las Vegas Grand Prix. The upcoming event presents a new challenge for Verstappen. As such, he acknowledged that preparation is key as it is a race on a track he is unfamiliar with. He stated, “There’s still a lot to do. I still need to go on the simulator.” However, Verstappen is not completely unprepared as he has attempted the track on an F1 game, although with little success. He said, “the last time I tried it on the F1 game, I think I hit more walls than I was going straight.”

With the cold and street circuit in mind, Verstappen knows that Las Vegas will be very different from where he is now. He explained, “It will be very different to here: very low temperatures, of course in the night there. Street circuit. We have no experience there. We don’t know the track grip. All new. So maybe it will give you a few surprises. I don’t know.”

Despite already experiencing a lot in his career so far, Verstappen is excited about the upcoming challenge. He mentioned, “I’ll deal with that once I arrive at the track.” He is ready for the new experience that awaits him. Verstappen confidently stated, “I’ll deal with that once I arrive at the track.” Moreover, he is eager to overcome any challenges that await him stating, “So, let’s hope that’s not the case when I start driving there!”

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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