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Max Verstappen backs Red Bull despite ‘draconian' penalty

Red Bull could not have wished for a better start to the new era of Formula 1, as the team ended 2022 by comfortably winning both championships. The major changes in regulations gave teams that chance to start from square one all over again and get creative as they try to outwit their rival’s designs. The RB-18 initially outshone by Charles Leclerc and Ferrari, as the energy drink giants suffered with an overweight and unreliable car. After reducing the weight of the RB-18 however, Red Bull were able to capitalise on Ferrari’s strategic blunders and unreliable power unit to cruise to both championship titles. READ: Max Verstappen demands boycott of popular game Mercedes got off to a...
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