Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is still angry at the crash which knocked Formula One leader Max Verstappen out of the British Grand Prix last weekend, allowing winner Lewis Hamilton
The tournament reaches its climax during a pulsating schedule of on-site finals taking place over the four days of #NoFilterDxb at Dubai Harbour, with a prize fund of Dhs20,000.
Emirati driver Thani Al Qemzi was second fastest in today’s qualifying shoot-out with team-mate and defending world champion Shaun Torrente fourth quickest as young Italian Alberto Comparato grabbed his first career pole position.
With the victory, Verstappen heated up the title race as he regained the championship lead. He was trailing Brit and seven time world champion Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton by three points.
Racism reared its ugly head once again as Lewis Hamilton became the second victim within a fortnight on Monday. Hamilton was subjected to online racist abuse following a crash with the championship leader Max Verstappen of Red Bull at the British Grand Prix.
The British driver managed to pull off a win as he overcame the penalty, which had put his chances in jeopardy after his ten seconds were docked.
The British Grand Prix was suspended for the time being after the championship leader Max Verstappenn escaped a deadly crash on Sunday.