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Max Verstappen says fans’ reaction ‘won’t spoil my day’ as he races to fifth straight win at Monza

‘It’s not going to spoil my day’: Max Verstappen insists it won’t bother him after being booed by Ferrari fans at the Italian Grand Prix… after the defending F1 world champion won at Monza under a safety car

  • Max Verstappen secured the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday
  • The Dutchman is now within reach of another world championship
  • Fans express their dissatisfaction with the result after Verstappen’s victory
  • But the 24-year-old was unfazed, saying their response ‘won’t spoil my day’

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Reigning F1 king Max Verstappen has said fans proclaiming his victorious performance at Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix “won’t spoil my day”.

Verstappen continued his impressive streak at Monza, recovering from a five-place grid drop after an engine change to beat home favourite, the challenge from Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.

The result means the Dutchman could potentially take a second consecutive driver’s title at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Max Verstappen took his fifth consecutive victory in the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday

Max Verstappen took his fifth consecutive victory in the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday

The Dutchman could potentially secure his second world championship at the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix

The Dutchman could potentially secure his second world championship at the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix

The Dutchman could potentially secure his second world championship at the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix

Despite his success, however, the 24-year-old Red Bull driver’s victory was marred by the introduction of a safety car in the final stages after Daniel Ricciardo’s McLaren broke down with an engine problem.

Fans at Monza expressed their dismay at the end of the race, but Verstappen later explained that the crowd’s reaction did not deter him.

“It happens, everyone talks to me about it with booing and stuff, but at the end of the day I’m here to try and win the race we did.

But Monza fans expressed their dismay at the end of the race

But Monza fans expressed their dismay at the end of the race

But Monza fans expressed their dismay at the end of the race

“Obviously some people can’t appreciate that because they are very passionate fans of another team. It is what it is.

“It’s not going to spoil my day, I’m just enjoying the moment.”

While Verstappen’s win appears to put an end to Charles Leclerc’s hopes of taking on a serious title challenge, the Monegasque stated he disagreed with the public’s reaction to the defending F1 champion.

“I don’t think anyone likes booing and I don’t think it should happen. That’s it,” Leclerc said after the race.

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