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Max Verstappen doesn’t yet have the maturity required of a championship-winning driver, according to a Formula One legend.
Andrew Shovlin, leitender Renningenieur bei Weltmeister Mercedes-Benz, ist vom Pistenverhalten von Max Verstappen wenig angetan. Der Vorwurf des Ingenieurs: «Max will immer alles erzwingen.»
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The premier class had a tricky start in Misano, FP1 starting dry but with the cloud cover becoming menacingly grey and ending in a downpour for the final dozen minutes of the session. Although the session was cut short and not many were tempted to go out on rain tyres, it was great timing for Maverick Viñales, the new Aprilia recruit impressively putting his name at the top of the timesheets just before the rain arrived, aided by a recent test in Misano.
The intermediate class’s first outing in Misano was well wet and the Dunlop rain tyres got some proper airtime. So did Marco Bezzecchi, the Italian thriving in the tricky conditions and enjoying an advantage of over half a second at times, but as conditions improved, he got demoted by Tom Luthi. The class veteran ended the morning almost three tenths quicker than Bezzecchi, with Nicolò Bulega a welcome addition to the top three.
The Brazilian holds the advantage over fellow cup contenders Jordi Torres and Alessandro Zaccone following the morning session