WATCH: Mazepin Embraces the ‘Maze-spin’ F1 Meme in Hilarious Steiner Exchange

WATCH: Mazepin Embraces the ‘Maze-spin’ F1 Meme in Hilarious Steiner Exchange

Haas driver Nikita Mazepin has had a tough start to his F1 career. Before even beginning his journey in F1, he got involved in a controversy. He posted a controversial video on his social media which was not received in good taste. There was an outcry of banning the driver from Formula 1.

From his first race at the pinnacle of motorsport, Mazepin has struggled to control the car. He has earned himself the nickname’ Maze-spin’ as he spins the car in almost every race.

In a recent video posted on the Haas social media platform, we see Haas team principal Gunther Steiner taking a dig at his driver.

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Now we have two ‘Maze-spin’: Steiner to Nikita Mazepin

In the video, we can clearly see that Steiner is clearly taking a mickey out of the Russian’s nickname. He presented a box to the Russian, which had a spinning top.

Nikita Mazepin at the Monaco Grand Prix
Formula One F1 – Monaco Grand Prix – Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco – May 22, 2021, Haas’ Nikita Mazepin during practice REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

There is a little present for you. So, you can keep on Maze-spinning,” said Steiner to Nikita Mazepin.

To his cheeky gift, Nikita replied by saying Haas already has a ‘Maze-spin’,” It’s here” said Nikita, pointing to himself.

But Gunther quickly replied,” Now we have two ‘Maze-spin. So now can spin this better than spinning the car.” said Steiner, referring to Mazepin’s tendency to spin the car.

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Can he put on a solid performance at Styrian Grand Prix?

Nikita Mazepin qualified 20th for the race at the Styrian Grand Prix. He starts behind his teammate Mick Schumacher. Mazepin has struggled to get ahead of his teammate this year and consistently finished behind his fellow rookie.

The Russian has an opportunity on Sunday as the Red Bull Ring provides overtaking chances throughout the circuit. Mazepin can gain a couple of positions easily and finish the race with a solid performance.

What do you think? Can Mazepin stop spinning? Comment below to let us know.

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