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Max Verstappen admits Red Bull issue after ‘stupid' dispute

At the Australian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen faced disappointment as his race ended prematurely due to technical issues. Initially leading from pole position, his chances of winning his 10th consecutive F1 race were dashed as his car began to emit smoke shortly after the race began, allowing Carlos Sainz to overtake him easily. The situation worsened when one of Verstappen's brakes ignited, forcing him to retire early. A moment of visible frustration was captured between Verstappen and a mechanic, where Verstappen seemed to criticize the situation as 'stupid.' READ: Karun Chandhok apologises to Carlos Sainz Christian Horner, the team principal of Red Bull, later clarified the incident,...
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