Raymond Vermeulen

Max Verstappen’s manager insists Red Bull want ‘one thing’

Max Verstappen’s manager Raymond Vermeulen has insisted that winning is the “one thing” which Red Bull want, with the side choosing not to focus on “politics”. The Austrians are currently enjoying remarkable success, which has largely come following Verstappen’s domination. Verstappen is on a run of eight consecutive wins currently and has sensationally claimed victory


Max Verstappen’s manager breaks silence on tax avoidance allegations

Max Verstappen’s manager Raymond Vermeulen has hit out at claims that the reigning World Champion is ‘avoiding tax’ by residing in Monte-Carlo, a place where several drivers on the current grid regard as ‘home’. De Volkskrant have remarkably claimed that the Dutch government will lose somewhere around €200 million, should Verstappen continue to live in Monaco


Max Verstappen’s manager makes big Charles Leclerc prediction

Following defeat in the 2022 World Championship, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari have already expressed their intent on switching their focus to 2023, where they know that the title is possible, if they can eradicate their mistakes. 2022 could’ve been Leclerc’s and Ferrari’s year; however, countless reliability problems, embarrassing strategic errors, and costly driver mistakes have


Alonso fires accusation at Formula 1 as he backs Verstappen

With costs rising across the world, the Formula 1 paddock has been put under enormous strain to remain within the current budget cap. With inflation hitting every corner of the world in every aspect, some teams have asked the FIA to increase this season’s budget cap, otherwise teams may miss the final rounds of the

Max Verstappen and Jos Verstappen turned down Mercedes - Formula1News.co.uk

Max Verstappen Doesn’t Regret Turning Down Mercedes In 2014

Dutch ace Max Verstappen and his management team have insisted that they have no regrets about turning down Mercedes in 2014 despite the Silver Arrows winning every F1 Championship since then. At the time, Verstappen had the option of driving for Red Bull’s sister team, Toro Rosso, in 2015, or taking up a reserve driver