This reeks of bias and is totally baseless. He clearly stated what he thought that Sainz didn't see him. Which is likely true. He wasn't even looking, the way it seems.Phil wrote: ↑Mon Apr 08, 2019 7:59 pmIMHO it's not about who is right or wrong. It's about who is intelligent enough to know when they are putting themselves at risk of a collision. He was fully passed and any driver with half a braincell would have seen what was about to unfold. Even better; if roles had been reversed, you can bet Max would have aggressively closed the door just as Sainz did. Max however refused to give up, braked later and risked being hit. Therefore I conclude he was lucky to escape with zero damage.
And no he shouldn't have expected a collision. Because most drivers pay attention to where they are going and not just assume.
You'd loose that bet, because despite Verstappen's many collisions, none was like this.