F1 star Max Verstappen threatens to ‘head-butt’ anyone who asks him about his constant crashing

MAD MAX VERSTAPPEN has threatened to "head-butt" anyone who asks about his constant crashing.

The Dutchman is frustrated by questions about his driving style and says he is fed up with taking flak.

 Max Verstappen says he will 'head-butt' anyone who keeps questioning his driving style

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Max Verstappen says he will 'head-butt' anyone who keeps questioning his driving style

The 20-year-old has been involved in incidents or crashes in all six of this season's races, with Red Bull boss Christian Horner even admitting he might need to talk to the racer.

Ahead of this weekend's Canadian GP, Verstappen was asked as to why he was having so many accidents.

He said: "I don't know. And, like I said in the beginning of this press conference, I get really tired of all the questions, so… yeah… I think if I get a few more I'll head-butt someone!

"I get really tired of all the comments of me, that I should change my approach. I will never do that, because it's brought me to where I am right now.

 The 20-year-old has been involved in incidents or crashes in every race this season

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The 20-year-old has been involved in incidents or crashes in every race this season

"After a race, it's not the right time to talk. So everybody who has those comments, I don't listen to it anyway. I just do my own thing.

"I'm just focusing on what's ahead. I'm confident that I can turn things around. You know the speed is there. I've always been quick, every single weekend.

"It would be much of a problem if I was really slow, because that's a critical problem."

Verstappen was then quizzed as to why he has struggled more this year than in his previous three years in F1.

 Red Bull boss Christian Horner admitted he may have to talk to Verstappen

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Red Bull boss Christian Horner admitted he may have to talk to Verstappen

The Red Bull driver added: "I don't think so, just two which were my fault but I had, for example, three in one weekend in 2016 in Monaco.

"It's not that dramatic as people say it is. Of course, I haven't scored the points, which I should have scored, but that was not only my fault.

"It could have been better, but everybody makes it so dramatic."

MAD MAX VERSTAPPEN has threatened to "head-butt" anyone who asks about his constant crashing.