F1. Sergio Pérez’s accident at the Monaco Grand Prix will cost Red Bull dearly

F1. Sergio Pérez’s accident at the Monaco Grand Prix will cost Red Bull dearly
F1. Sergio Pérez’s accident at the Monaco Grand Prix will cost Red Bull dearly

Monaco did not succeed at Red Bull on Sunday May 26. The Austrian team had a difficult Grand Prix. First in qualifying, with an 18e place for Sergio Peréz and a 6e for Max Verstappen, then in the race. If the three-time world champion was able to see the checkered flag, the Mexican saw red. The driver was caught in a terrible accident with the two Haas on the first lap.

Helmut Marko does not lose his temper

Asked by Sky Sports on the cost of the damage, Christian Horner, the director of Red Bull, did not comment too quickly. I don’t know about the engine and chassis, but obviously it was a major accident. So it’s a costly, very costly accident. “, he explained.

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For his part, boss Helmut Marko did not mince his words. He even put the losses at several million euros: “ The damage amounts to two or three million euros in my opinion. This will have a huge impact on our budget cap. »

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