Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

Formula 1 team Red Bull suffered another trophy mishap for the second weekend in a row. Max Verstappen started at P6 on the grid but ended up coming on top, followed by teammate Sergio PerezVerstappen had received a five-place grid penalty after he took on a fifth gearbox assembly of the campaign ahead of qualifying. However, the Red Bull racer didn’t let the penalty affect him as he came on top with a margin of 22 seconds from his teammate Perez. Meanwhile, team Red Bull’s celebrations were interrupted as another trophy hit the floor and got damaged. 

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The Red Bull team was celebrating their two spots win but their happiness didn’t last long as one of their team’s trophies got damaged. During the post-race photo session, while the entire team was taking their usual group photos after the completion of the Grand Prix, things got out of hand and one of their trophies hit the floor and got damaged. 

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In a video posted by Red Bull and Formula 1, the staff could be seen running towards the camera after their group photo to celebrate in their usual style. However, someone tripped over the trophy, and it got damaged. Meanwhile, the Belgian GP winner Verstappen was left shocked and could be heard shouting, “It’s broken again. The trophy is broken again!"

Notably, this is for the second time in a row that Verstappen’s trophy got damaged in post-victory celebrations. During the Hungarian GP celebrations last weekend, Verstappen’s trophy slipped off the podium and smashed after McLaren Lando Norris popped the champagne by hitting the bottle on ground.