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Red Bull employee claims he will leave if Max Verstappen joins rival team

Gianpiero Lambiase, the esteemed race engineer for Max Verstappen at Red Bull, has made a profound statement hinting at his possible departure from the team should Verstappen decide to leave. Lambiase has been an integral part of Verstappen's racing journey since the Dutch driver joined Red Bull as a teenager in 2016, taking over the role from his work with Daniil Kvyat. This partnership has flourished, leading to three drivers' titles, showcasing a bond that extends beyond the racetrack. Despite their occasionally tense communications during races, Lambiase and Verstappen share a strong personal connection. READ: Geri Horner sets firm boundaries in marriage with Christian Horner Lambiase...
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