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Horner bemused with ‘defeatist' Mercedes Monaco F1 tactics

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has admitted that he was somewhat bemused with the 'defeatist' tactics Mercedes used in Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix. Max Verstappen's Red Bull was sandwiched between the Mercedes cars on the starting grid and it remained like that to the chequered flag amid a processional race. With Monte Carlo's […]
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