‘Has he done it again?’ Red Bull and Ferrari drivers react to comedian mocking entire F1 paddock

Conor Moore brilliantly mocked some of the drivers and team principals after the Spanish Grand Prix.

Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz took a few moments before the start of qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix to look at Conor Moore’s brilliant Formula 1 impressions.

Moore made his name on the YouTube scene by impersonating football figures from the Premier League and around the world, including Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Harry Kane and multiple others.

At the end of the 2021 season, he tried his hand at some F1 voices, and got a brilliant reception for his efforts, particularly the nailing down of Sainz’s deep tone.

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Moore releases another video before the Monaco Grand Prix mocking the drivers’ reactions to the previous race in Spain.

The four drivers huddled round Perez’s phone to watch the hilarious impressions.

“Has he done it again?” asked Sainz, referring to the original hit impressions video from a few months back.

“This is a new one,” replied an excited Perez.

Moore used the Mexican’s “that’s very unfair, but okay” line from Spain as he was asked to move over to let Verstappen take the first interview, and the Dutchman was struggling to open a can of Red Bull in the skit.

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“I’m pressing it 50 f****** times, the can won’t open!” exclaimed Moore, mocking the reigning champion’s struggles while trying to open the DRS in Spain.

Perez turned to Sainz and told him that Moore’s impression of the Spaniard is “very good,” with Leclerc chiming in that he “finds the right tone all the time.”

“I broke wind in the car,” said Moore, referring to the gust of wind that took Sainz off the track in Barcelona, and the impression of the 27-year-old sent them all into fits of giggles.

“It’s unbelievable the tone of voice, he has to change something,” said a bewildered Leclerc while they were watching Moore’s impression of Mercedes’ George Russell.

Perez would go on to win the race in Monaco from Sainz, with Verstappen beating Leclerc to the line for third.