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Max Verstappen: “If I become world champion I won’t have many goals in F1”

Jennie Gow asked Verstappen what his next goal would be if he became world champion this year. Verstappen says that there are few other goals in Formula 1. He indicates that he would still enjoy racing, but according to him the pressure has largely disappeared.

“In F1 there are not so many goals anymore,” said Verstappen. “You have achieved your goal and it does not matter how many you win after that, because you have already won once. Of course I’m going to try to win more but really that’s it. It’s my last goal and of course I’m going to work hard to achieve it, but after that there’s less pressure.”

So the fans do not have to fear a scenario like Nico Rosberg in 2016, who immediately stopped with Formula 1 after winning the world title. Verstappen says that he is far from thinking about the end of his F1 career, but he does. don’t rule out the possibility that he might later dare to look to get started in another racing class.

“I will of course still enjoy racing, but maybe you are slowly starting to think about other things outside Formula 1.”

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