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F1: Max would have won in Montreal in a McLaren or Mercedes

Helmut Marko believes that such is his superiority, Max Verstappen would have won the Canadian Grand Prix even if he hadn't been in the Red Bull. While the three-time world champion prevailed in the ever changing conditions, there remained a number of 'what ifs', not least the failure to pit Lando Norris immediately after the Safety Car or the needless mistakes by George Russell. Asked if his driver would have won, even if driving the McLaren or Mercedes, Marko told Austria's OE24: 'Yes! 'Only Max has the race overview and the confidence to step on the gas when necessary,' he added. 'Apart from that, our team adopted absolutely the right strategy.' While Canada proved that McLaren can take...
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