Crimson Bull Racing responds to Pirelli assertion: ‘We will affirm that’
Pirelli instantly launched an investigation into the incident after the race, however said that there was nothing mistaken with the standard of the tyres. “We now have labored carefully with Pirelli and the FIA throughout their investigation into Max’s tyre failure on lap 47 of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix,” Crimson Bull responded. “We will affirm that no automotive fault was discovered.”
In latest days, it was rumoured that Crimson Bull was enjoying with the tyre strain, however the Austrian racing secure denies this. “We adhered to Pirelli’s tyre parameters always and can proceed to comply with their steering. We’re grateful that following the weekend’s excessive pace impacts no drivers had been injured.”
Victory for Pérez
For Sergio Pérez, Verstappen’s crash meant he may go for the win. The Mexican driver held off Lewis Hamilton on the restart to take his first high prize for Crimson Bull.