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Verstappen worried about Alonso threat: We need something to stay ahead of them

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Max Verstappen says Red Bull will "need something more" to stay ahead of Aston Martin, after Fernando Alonso showed threatening pace during Monaco Grand Prix practice. The Red Bull driver complained that his car was "unbelievably difficult to drive” throughout the tight and high speed sections of Monaco in FP1, with him also visibly struggling with the clutch coming out of the pit box. His fastest lap only good enough for sixth quickest in FP1 and nearly a second off Carlos Sainz on the Medium tyre. The team made a setup change for the second practice session to make the rear more stable, which enabled Verstappen to extract...
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