The runaway championship chief stated Crimson Bull “had some work to do” after struggling over the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve’s many bumps and excessive kerbs, which upset the stability of his RB19.
“I feel we nonetheless have some work to do,” Verstappen stated. “The automobile will not be implausible in the mean time over the bumps and over the kerbs.
“It isn’t too dangerous however we positively must tremendous tune just a few issues.”
When requested if that meant Crimson Bull’s rivals have moved nearer to them on Canada’s distinctive format, Verstappen stated: “Yeah, let’s examine. I feel we did not have a great day, perhaps they’d a great day.
“We all know our limitations with the automobile and with the observe, how it’s now with the kerbs and the bumps. It is positively not suiting our bundle for now, however we’ll attempt to discover just a few enhancements.
“After all, it was not very easy with no operating in FP1, nevertheless it’s the identical for everybody, a minimum of we acquired some operating in FP2. A bit extra of a tough session however generally you could have these days.”
Sergio Perez, Crimson Bull Racing RB19
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Group-mate Sergio Perez, who completed the day eighth-fastest, added: “It is a disgrace about FP1, we actually wanted it.
“I feel we’ve a great base, and we’ve to ensure we play a bit with the automobile. It was all a bit in a rush and there is loads to know for tonight.
“I feel [our rivals] are wanting good. We have to enhance our journey as properly.”
Hamilton led team-mate George Russell to a 1-2 earlier than the rain hit the observe close to the tip of FP2.
Verstappen and Perez have been trailing their rivals in each sector of the observe in FP2, though rivals are unlikely to place a lot inventory within the group’s Friday laptimes.
Sainz proved quickest on the straights, Alonso was on high within the low-speed corners and chief Hamilton set the tempo in all places else.