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Ted Kravitz warns Max Verstappen might be bluffing

The Singapore Grand Prix saw the end of Red Bull Racing's season-long dominant run, leaving fans with a thrilling showdown between Carlos Sainz, Lando Norris, George Russell, and Lewis Hamilton.  Sky Sports' Ted Kravitz described this race as a rare moment when a dominant car, akin to Red Bull's RB19, was 'humbled' on the track. Throughout the season, Red Bull had been unstoppable, with Max Verstappen frequently securing victories by substantial margins.  However, their remarkable streak came to an abrupt end in Singapore.  Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies Both Verstappen and Sergio Perez struggled with handling issues, specifically citing...
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