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Russell expects Red Bull to 'be back to normal pace next race'

George Russell will start Sunday's Grand Prix in Monaco ahead of both Red Bull drivers, Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez, as well as his team mate Lewis Hamilton. The Brit, who starts fifth on the grid today, is aware though that Red Bull continue to be the most dominant team in F1. 
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