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Ferrari's double DNF isn't a ‘disaster' as Red Bull still have reliability concerns

1996 Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill says that the battle for the championship is still far from over after a horrible afternoon for Ferrari in Baku. Both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz suffered reliability failures on Sunday, leaving Max Verstappen to lead home Sergio Perez for a Red Bull one-two as they extended their Constructors’ Championship lead. Leclerc also lost second in the Drivers’ Standings to Perez, and has fallen 34 points behind reigning champion and leader Verstappen. READ: Horner praises Vettel as he makes tongue in cheek comment about ‘Green Red Bull’ The Scuderia held a healthy advantage over Red Bull after Leclerc won in Bahrain and Australia as Verstappen...
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