Dutch GP: Max Verstappen urges Lewis Hamilton not to respond to booing as F1 heads

Dutch GP: Max Verstappen urges Lewis Hamilton not to respond to booing as F1 heads

Max Verstappen has urged Lewis Hamilton not to react if he is booed at the Dutch GP at Zandvoort this weekend. fans are “professional”

Max Verstappen has urged Lewis Hamilton not to react if he is booed at the Dutch GP at Zandvoort this weekend. fans are “professional”

Max Verstappen says It’s not up to him to stop Dutch fans of Lewis Hamilton’s booing at Zandvoort this weekend, but has urged his title rival to take a “powerful message” by not responding if they do.

Since the couple in collision came back at Silverstone Hamilton has been booed by sections of the crowd at the Hungarian and Belgian GPs – and it’s expected to be a tie more partisan atmosphere this weekend as the ‘Orange Army’ descends on Zandvoort for the first Dutch GP since 1985.

Verstappen, who is supported by a sea of orange at most European races but is braced for an incredible welcome to home, says he hopes fans are “professional” but emphasize he won’t tell them what they do of shouldn’t do.

“I’m looking at it like this; you go to a football match and you come to a home ground, the opposition will be booed at some point,” said Verstappen, who can take the championship lead with An win.

Lewis Hamilton was booed by some of the fans after qualifying on pool for  the Hungarian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton was booed by some of the fans after qualifying on pool for the Hungarian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton was booed by some of the fans after qualifying on pool for the Hungarian Grand Prix

“And that’s not it up to the local club to go up to the speaker and say: guys you can’t care, want that will not happen.

“I am beautiful sure that most of they are here for a great weekend and what autosee it racing, and of of course what of they will captivate. But I can’t decide for them.

‘Of course I can say you can do it of you can’t, but do you really think they’ll listen to me?’

Verstappen then told Sky Sports F1: “I’m not saying it’s correct, but it does happen. It’s a natural instinct I think people to have.

“Lewis has” already said he didn’t have one last of it, so that’s the main thing. I think we are all professional enough to focus on the driving. And then happy in An way in comparison to football, we have a helmet on and a roaring engine, so we won’t hear while driving, so you won’t be disturbed because of that.”

Ted Kravitz gives us a tour of the paddock of Zandvoort ahead of Dutch GP this weekend

Ted Kravitz gives us a tour of the Zandvoort paddock ahead of Dutch GP this weekend

Ted Kravitz gives us a tour of the paddock of Zandvoort ahead of Dutch GP this weekend

If there’s yelling, Verstappen added Hamilton should not listening.

“I think what we should try and aim for for is a great weekend for everyone and I am sure the fans shall enjoy,” he explained. “If there were just a little bit… of fascinate I guess just close your ears and don’t listen to it.

“At the end of the day if you don’t respond, that’s the most powerful message that is possible give to them. I think if you don’t respond to someone die they feel like it does not work, for at least it works for me like Which.

“Of course from my side Me too want everyone to look professional over to be and enjoy the race cars, each single team, each car, each driver, just be happy there is a Formula 1 race back for the first time in 36 years.

“I am sure it will be very nice to see us drive around and hopefully on Sunday we can do a good show for a lot of them.”

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