Mexico: Too bad luck

Our Australian pilot was starting from the pole but he could not end the race. Horner apologizes about this situation

I have too much bad luck, see you next year because the next two races do not want to run

Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull Racing Team Pilot

Daniel Ricciardo is embittered at the end of the GP of Mexico:

I have no more words. After a really great weekend I made a lousy start. Really, I no longer have words for too much misfortune

Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull Racing Team Pilot

Said Daniel, forced to retire at 10 rounds from the end of the race due to a problem at his Red Bull.

Horner’s apology:

I apologize to Ricciardo for his retirement, it was a bitter shower for us. Sorry, he made a huge Grand Prix and probably would have kept behind Vettel

Chris Horner – Red Bull Racing Team Principal

This is what said team principal Chris Horner

The strategy for Ricciardo was perfect and that is why there is great disappointment:

What about Verstappen ? Great victory, he was rewarded after the failure pole

Chris Horner – Red Bull Racing Team Principal

Max Verstappen does not hide the satisfaction for the victory in the GP of Mexico. For the second consecutive time-in front of the two Ferraris by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.

The team did a fantastic job, the car worked very well

Max Verstappen – Red Bull Racing Pilot

Withdrawal for Ricciardo… Too bad for Daniel, who took off the pole and was forced to retire at 10 laps from the end, when he was second.

The withdrawal of Ricciardo ? Too bad for Daniel, it would have been nice to do a double

Max Verstappen – Red Bull Racing Pilot
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