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Verstappen is on a mission in Japan: 'Coming back stronger after Australia'

Things did not exactly go well for Max Verstappen in Australia, but he is looking for revenge at the Japanese Grand Prix. On Lap 4 of the Australian Grand Prix, the Dutchman crashed out due to problems with his right-rear brake. The Japanese Grand Prix is just around the corner, and Verstappen looks ahead!
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