Juan Pablo Montoya

Controversial ex-F1 driver denies Max Verstappen is better than Lewis Hamilton

Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya believes “seven or eight drivers” would be capable of winning the World Championship if they had Max Verstappen’s car, and if the Dutchman wasn’t on the grid. The reigning World Champion has been unstoppable this season, with the 25-year-old having claimed 10 wins from the 12 completed races in


Ferrari boss disagrees with Lewis Hamilton

Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur believes it’s down to the team to “do better” and catch Red Bull, rather than get the FIA to implement new rules to slow the Austrians down. Lewis Hamilton has a differing view and has called for the FIA to introduce a set date as to when all the teams


Ex-F1 driver claims almost half the grid could match Max Verstappen

Juan Pablo Montoya, a former Formula 1 driver, has stirred controversy by asserting that Max Verstappen’s current prowess is not a substantial improvement over his performance two years ago.  Montoya also challenged Lewis Hamilton’s recent grievances about Red Bull’s advantage, arguing that Mercedes had previously enjoyed similar dominance. As Formula 1 transitions from a long


‘Or you’re out’: Sergio Perez told to get ‘his sh** together’

Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya doesn’t think Sergio Perez’s seat is currently at threat, despite AlphaTauri driver Nyck de Vries having been sacked for underperforming. The news was broken on Tuesday afternoon that after just 10 races into his rookie season, De Vries would be replaced by Red Bull development driver Daniel Ricciardo. Ricciardo


Max Verstappen told to ‘shut up’ Lewis Hamilton’s fans

Juan Pablo Montoya anticipates another triumph for Max Verstappen at the upcoming Silverstone circuit, extending his winning streak to six consecutive races.  The seven-time Grand Prix winner believes that no one will be able to challenge Verstappen, leading him to suspect that the rest of the season will unfold in a rather predictable manner. “I

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‘He always yelled that I was crazy’: Ex-F1 driver on Helmut Marko

Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya has opened up on what Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko is like to work with, with the Colombian having raced for Marko’s team during his junior career. Montoya is a driver who’s tasted success wherever he’s gone, with the 47-year-old having won several races in Formula 1 and


Lewis Hamilton will defeat George Russell in 2023 on this condition

Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya believes that the F1 community will “see a different” side of Lewis Hamilton in 2023, should Mercedes have a competitive car in the forthcoming season. 2022 was a challenging year for the 38-year-old, with the seven-time World Champion having endured the worst season of his 16-year career at the

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