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Performance coach did not know Verstappen before meeting

Bradley Scanes, the personal trainer of Max Verstappen, told in the YouTube podcast PitStop about his cooperation with the Dutchman. The Englishman tells about how he met Verstappen. Article continues under ad For a long time, Verstappen had Jake Aliker as his performance coach. When Aliker announced he was stepping down, it was up to Verstappen to look for a new performance coach. Since 2019 it is Scanes who makes sure Max Verstappen is top fit every race weekend. Formula 1 drivers must follow a strict sports and nutrition schedule to stay in shape and withstand the heavy G-forces. To this end, almost every driver has his or her own personal trainer. Scanes started out as a...
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