Verstappen not ruling out leaving Red Bull team
Early this year, the 24-year-old reigning world champion signed up with the energy drink-owned team for the long-term, on a deal worth a staggering $50-plus million per year.
"I feel really good in the team. There is no reason to leave," the Dutchman told motorsport-magazin.com. "We get along well and we have a competitive package."
"At the end of the contract I'm only 31 years old," said Verstappen. "Then I still have the option to continue or not. I still won't be old at the end of the contract period."
"Of course every driver is a bit different," he argues. "Different in how he defends and how he attacks. That's why you approach every driver a little bit differently."
"I don't think you can replace Monaco," Verstappen said.
"It's also a different culture, but that's good because it would be boring if we always drove in the same culture."
Here you can see the hot lap of Leclerc and his crash in Monaco with Lauda's historic Ferrari 312B3.
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