Including Close Up Arrival with the Helicopter from Zandvoort F1 Circuit featuring Max Verstappen, Kelly Piquet, Alex Albon, Christian Horner and more. Here is Max Verstappen Departing in his Private Jet after Winning the Dutch Grand Prix Zandvoort 2022 (PH-DTF Dassault Falcon 900EX at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol)


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16 F1 Fan comments on “Max Verstappen departing in private Jet after winning 2022 Dutch F1 GP

  1. shroppyfly

    Bit Surprised, at Rb and Honda tbh, flying around the world in private jets, ok yeah no problem we all fly, BUT why isn't it a Honda jet, missed a trick there id say .

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    • Susan

      No but Seb and Lewis have become champions for the environment. You know, lead by example. They never seem to hesitate expressing their views on climate change.

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      • shroppyfly

        Easy to jump on a campaign like the environment, afterall if Greta can get herself in the news, Lewis and Seb must have thought mmmm thats a good thing to champion, after all we've only been aware of climate change for 20yrs, funny thing is , a few f1 drivers live in Yodel land, but thats one of the most heavily regulated for ice in terms of noise and emissions , and yet only very recently f1 drivers have jumped on the eco bandwagon, weird that......i'm fed up hearing about it

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        • shroppyfly

          Yes and so does the tax man , its fine claiming the vat back , on a business vehicle but LouseyLoseyLucy was using it to fly the pooches back and too across the pond, end result-- he avoided any awkward vat and tax issues by selling the plane, Care about the environment my Arse

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      • Scrotie Mcboogerballs

        I thought these debate fallacies had been put to bed? "How can you be against global warming and still fly private planes?" Evidently, logic fallacies die hard in this group.

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  2. shroppyfly

    that reminds of a clip i saw at the weekend Toto on a push bike , dragging lucy along behind him , and neither wearing Helmets, look at us kids, aren't we cool.

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  3. CanadianEh

    All this virtue-signaling. It is a sign of the times. Cultural Marxism, Cancel Culture, SJW bullshi_. You're only 'somebody' if you're a victim. The more the victimhood's one can claim the better.

    Here in The Democratic Peoples Republic of Canada, all the above is demonstrated daily - by Federal Government officials from the Prime Minister on down. Crime is up across the board. The economy is penalized by Policy and has shrunk dramatically.

    So, I strongly object to ANY of that crap being reported here. Let's just stick to racing. And, if these multi-millionaire drivers et al flaunt their wealth, then I say "Good for them." Might cause people to strive for more than the hand-outs they feel entitled to. FFS.

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  4. Doug

    In his role as President Joe Biden's climate czar, John Kerry has flown more than 180,000 miles—flights that emitted more than 9.5 million pounds of carbon, a Washington Free Beacon analysis found.

    The Free Beacon reviewed 75 of Kerry's official travel announcements from March 2021 to July 2022, which show Kerry has flown roughly 180,100 miles—the equivalent of traveling around the world more than seven times—to discuss climate change with various world leaders. Planes on average produce 53.3 pounds of carbon dioxide per mile traveled, according to carbon emissions modeling website BlueSkyModel, meaning Kerry's flights have produced 9.54 million pounds, or 4,772 tons, of carbon—roughly 300 times the average American's carbon footprint for an entire year. From May 13, 2021, to May 19, 2021, for example, Kerry traveled to Rome, London, and Berlin before returning stateside. Those flights total roughly 10,100 miles and 538,000 pounds of carbon.

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