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Max Verstappen will continue to ignore team orders

Ex-Formula 1 driver Timo Glock is convinced that 'internal discussions' will once again have taken place at Red Bull following last weekend's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, after Max Verstappen once again failed to listen to team orders. The reigning World Champion is starting to make a bit of a habit of ignoring team instructions, with the Dutchman having done the opposite of what the team asked last season at the Brazilian Grand Prix. In São Paulo last season, Verstappen was asked to let Sergio Pérez past for sixth on the final lap, due to the Dutchman having initially been allowed to overtake the Mexican. Verstappen ignored the team before shouting over the team radio after the race,...
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