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PERFORMANCE: How the field stack up against Verstappen in China

Max Verstappen secured Red Bull's 100th F1 pole position at the same circuit where they scored their first pole. The Milton Keynes-based team's performance looked ominous both in the 19-lap sprint and in the main qualifying session. F1Technical's senior writer Balázs Szabó analyses teams' performance after the sprint race and qualifying. Sprint race Having spent the opening part of the sprint race behind Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso, Max Verstappen took over the lead on Lap 9, and he managed to build up a healthy lead of 13 seconds from the Briton when they crossed the finish line. The box plot clearly shows how excellent Max Verstappen's tyre management was. In fact, only Russell...
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