“Under normal circumstances, Mercedes still has the advantage,” he explained. “Although they always say there that Red Bull is the favourite, they play that game all the time. We know better. This has been a great weekend, but we have to keep working hard. It’s not like it’s done now. We must not relax.”
Speaking of his son’s win however, the former F1 driver said he was bursting with pride for the 23-year-old.
“Very special, just like winning in Monaco,” continued Verstappen’s father. “I also notice it from the people around us, Monaco is a very special race.