Max Verstappen is already showing signs he can become a true great, according to Gary Anderson on this weeks F1 Report. [url=htt
Max Verstappen is already showing signs he can become a true great, according to Gary Anderson on this weeks F1 Report. [url=httin
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Max Verstappen is already showing signs he can become a true great, according to Gary Anderson on this weeks F1 Report. Martin Maldonado Jersey . The 18-year-old ripped up the sports record books with his victory in Spain, his first grand prix following his promotion to Red Bull, and has been lauded by all sections of the paddock.And Anderson, who had the privilege of working closely with a young Michael Schumacher for his F1 debut with Jordan in 1991, has reserved high praise for Verstappen ahead of this weekends Monaco Grand Prix. When is the Monaco GP and how can you watch it?The ability to believe in your natural talent will take you somewhere, the former F1 engineer said. I remember Michael in Spa - Eau Rouge was always a very, very difficult corner and taking it flat out was the sort of step you had to do. We sat down with Michael on the Friday night and we said you havent done Eau Rouge flat yet and he said no problem, it will be fine tomorrow, Im just getting comfortable. We went to De Cesaris, our other driver, and he said exactly the same.Michael went out on the Saturday morning, flat through Eau Rouge the first time and never lifted again. It took Andrea de Cesaris until the last lap of qualifying to go flat through there. Joining Natalie on the F1 Report is former McLaren mechanic and Sky F1 pundit Marc Priestley and former car mechanic Gary Anderson Verstappen to me is a bit like Michael. He believes in his talent, his ability. Hell get it out of situations, thats why he can overtake. He just puts the car up the inside of somebody and he will manage the consequences.He hasnt got a big plan. Its about confidence and Max shows all the traits of being one of the great guys. The full F1 Report: Monaco GP Preview will be aired tonight on Sky Sports F1 at 8:30pm. Also See: Why is Monaco still special? When is the Monaco GP on Sky? 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Royal Ascot gets under way on Tuesday afternoon with a whole host of big races and more than £1.7m in prize money up for grabs. Among the big races is the St Jamess Palace Stakes, which features the winners of three classics and will surely go a long way to deciding the three-year-old mile championship.Check out our A-Z guide to one of Tuesdays highlights...AWTAAD (Form: 31-111)Trainer: Kevin Prendergast. Jockey: Chris HayesHas improved on every one of his five career runs so far and it is doubtful the progress will stop here. Brushed the classy Galileo Gold aside in winning the Irish 2,000 Guineas last time out and hard to see the runner-up turning that form around in fairly similar conditions. Rating: 10/10CYMRIC (Form: 128-85)Trainer: John Gosden. Jockey: James DoyleOften highly tried last season, although did run a superb race when finishing second in the Group 1 Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere on Arc weekend at Longchamp. Two runs this season have seen him fail to beat a single rival and another struggle looks to be on the cards. Rating: 2/10EHTIRAAS (Form: 2-32)Trainer: Owen Burrows. Jockey: Paul HanaganCaught just about on the line in his most recent outing, but that was in a fairly ordinary Sandown maiden when he was beaten by a horse who had never previously run before. That sums up his chance here. Rating: 1/10EMOTIONLESS (Form: 117-)Trainer: Charlie Appleby. Jockey: William BuickWon his first two races last season, including the Group 2 Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, but he was a costly flop in the Dewhurst and has not run since that defeat more than eight months ago. His trainer wanted to give him time to strengthen but this might be just too tough an opening assignment. Rating: 6/10FIRST SELECTION (Form: 15-672)Trainer: Simon Crisford. Jockey: Jim CrowleyBig pprice outsider (66/1 and 50/1) in the English and French 2,000 Guineas but picked up some valuable prize money when second to The Gurkha at Deauville. Yunel Escobar Jersey. More experience than any of his rivals but his best form would only be enough for a place chance. Rating: 4/10GALILEO GOLD (Form: 113-12)Trainer: Hugo Palmer. Jockey: Frankie DettoriHugely impressive winner of the English 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket in April but that form has taken a few knocks, including when he was soundly put in his place by Awtaad at The Curragh. Probably wouldnt want genuinely soft ground either. Rating: 7/10THE GURKHA (Form: 311)Trainer: Aidan OBrien. Jockey: Ryan MooreThe sole challenger from Ballydoyle has won his last two races by 14 1/2 lengths combined, stepping up from a Navan maiden to win the French 2,000 Guineas last time out at a canter. Closely matched with the other Guineas winners on that and soft ground would appear not to be an issue. Rating: 9/10ZONDERLAND (Form: 145-61)Trainer: Clive Cox. Jockey: Adam KirbyRan a fine race when fifth behind Galileo Gold in the English 2,000 Guineas and enjoyed the drop to Listed class when winning at Sandown last time (Cymric well held), but no obvious reason to think he can turn around Newmarket form. Rating: 5/10VERDICT:The three Guineas winners are closely matched on form and it is hard to make a compelling case for any of the other quintet. Although The Gurkha thrashed the field in France, that form does not look as good as AWTAAD managed in the Irish edition of the race and he can give his 83-year-old trainer another big prize to celebrate. Galileo Gold may have to settle for third behind two rivals who will relish conditions. Also See: Live results service Full racecards Get Sky Sports ￡3 free bet every time your team wins! Cheap Jerseys Online Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys 2020 Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '