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Verstappen 'Disappointed' with Himself Following Error-Strewn Chinese Grand Prix

Max Verstappen admitted that he was 'disappointed with [himself]' after a Chinese Grand Prix in which he received a ten-second penalty for a collision with Sebastian Vettel. Verstappen was having a relatively quiet race, until a safety car on lap thirty-two offered him the opportunity to try an aggressive – and potentially lucrative – strategy. Swapping onto fresh Soft tyres just as the safety car was joining the track, and with others opting to stay on older tyres, both he and Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team-mate Daniel Ricciardo had the chance to make up ground. At the safety car restart Verstappen, the first of the two drivers, started to make his way up through...
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