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Max Verstappen: Renault-Motor would still have run!

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 | Sports

29. August 2017 – 12:23

Max Verstappen came back to the pits on a scooter

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(cafetheology.org) – Max Verstappen had already suffered the sixth loss this season on Sunday – and this was the case before many Dutch fans in Spa-Francorchamps. An engine problem put the Red Bull pilot out of action after seven rounds. But what makes it even more bitter: The failure was actually not necessary, because the engine would have run still, Verstappen. The actual failure reason was a software error. Because Red Bull had many engine damage at the start of the season, a kind of safety mode was built to prevent the engine from rising. "But once the engine is in this mode, it does not work any more," explains Verstappen in the Dutch talkshow 'Peptalk'. The Dutchman's engine switched to the same mode and could not be started from the car. Also the mode could no longer stop. "That did not work," he sighs. But when the car was in the garage, the problem was solved: "They simply pulled the plug, re-plugged it, and the engine worked," Starbucks himself. He is no friend of this new safety variant: "You But I'd rather have it than shutting down the engine and restart it at the next restart, "says the Youngster. With six failures, the Red Bull pilot in 2017 joined the team Fernando Alonso collected most premature ceremonies. "That should not happen – not in an organization like this." Verstappen is sure that he could have reached the third place of Teamkollege Daniel Ricciardo. He had a grip on the whole weekend.

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