The Red Bull team announced a boycott against Sky Sports
Verstappen decided to ignore the channel after Sky Sports expert Ted Kravitz spoke about his titles…
Two-time world champion, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen will boycott Sky Sports and all its affiliated channels during the Mexican Grand Prix.
Verstappen decided to ignore the channel after Sky Sports expert Ted Kravitz spoke about the titles of the Dutch driver, saying that he became the champion after Lewis Hamilton was robbed last season. The journalist also stated that Verstappen did not win normal titles.
Ted Kravitz: "He doesn't look like a driver capable of winning the championship in a normal way”.
Max Verstappen, who won the Japanese Grand Prix, became world champion ahead of schedule in the 2022 season due to an error in the Formula 1 regulations, due to which the drivers were given full points for the race.
The Red Bull driver has already won 13 races this year, which is a repeat of the record of Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel.
Christian Horner and the entire Red Bull team also refuse to talk to Sky Sports today.