Max Verstappen pans Virtual Le Mans disconnection, brands the event as ”clown show”



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Max Verstappen pans Virtual Le Mans disconnection, brands the event as ”clown show”

The reigning double F1 drivers’ championship title holder Max Verstappen, has never been away from the wheel, even if the Bahrain pre-season testing is more than one and a half months away, as he had attended a virtual Le Mans over recent past which had been marred with a barrage of mishaps including numerous disconnections.

After having had a bitter experience in the latest Virtual Le Mans championship, the 25-year-old flying Dutchman had stressed that everyone should “uninstall the game”.

Verstappen lashes out on Virtual Le Mans Championship

If truth is to be spoken, the event had had a flurry of disparaging issues and Verstappen had been badly affected during the event.

Meanwhile, after he and his Redline teammate were disconnected from the server, a furious Verstappen said in a live stream with arms firmly crossed, “They call it amazingly bad luck…well this is just incompetence.

They can’t even control their own game. This the third time already that has happened to me now, being kicked off the game while doing this race. “This is also the last time ever because what’s the point? You prepare for five months to try and win this Championship, you are leading the Championship, you try to win this race which you have prepared for for two months and they handle it like this.

Honestly, it is a joke. You cannot even call it an event. It’s a clown show. That’s why it’s better to retire the car because driving around in P15 for six hours makes no sense for everyone. It’s a disgrace with all the effort we have put in as a team.

I really hope the organisers consider where they put this game going forward because on this platform it’s not going to work. It’s game over. I think I have more chance if I just go to Vegas and the casino…I would have more chance to win.

I think I’m going to uninstall the game. That’s nice…frees up a bit of space on the PC anyway. And I really hope everyone uninstalls the game”.