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Lewis Hamilton reveals controversial explanation for Red Bull's rapid decline

Lewis Hamilton has predicted that Red Bull's shocking performance at the Singapore Grand Prix last weekend could be because they're already working on next season, amid their reduced wind tunnel time. Red Bull's 15-race winning streak came to a sudden end on Sunday at the Marina Bay Circuit, where Carlos Sainz drove beautiful to claim victory. Reigning World Champion Max Verstappen finished fifth whilst Sergio Perez claimed eighth, after both Red Bull drivers recovered from outside the top-10. Neither Verstappen nor Perez managed to make it into Q3 on Saturday, something which hadn't happened to Red Bull since the 2018 Russian Grand Prix. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job...
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