“Feeling nice once more, after a couple of days of inactivity resulting from a abdomen ache,” he tweeted Thursday morning.
“So sadly I needed to postpone my flight for at some point, so I will not be on the monitor till Friday. See you in Jeddah!”
Crimson Bull posted: “Max has been affected by a abdomen situation for a couple of days and with the approval of the FIA won’t be on monitor at the moment. Really feel higher Max.”
Verstappen claimed pole place on the Bahrain F1 GP two weeks in the past, within the first race of 2023.
His slight sickness is due to this fact the primary problem of the season for him, and it might solely turn out to be clear after Friday’s coaching whether or not he’s feeling higher or not.
Crimson Bull’s rivals, specifically Mercedes’ George Russell, have already admitted they’ve completed the F1 championship and should even win each race in 2023.
Verstappen’s sickness might open the door for team-mate Sergio Perez to be the quickest for the Crimson Bulls forward of the second race of the yr on Sunday.