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Verstappen positive about car for next season

Max Verstappen is confident in his car for next season.  Max Verstappen had a strong end to last season and he must be feeling confident going into 2019.  When speaking to formula1.com about his car for next season, Verstappen was very positive: "It looks all very promising but I always try to be realistic and just wait and see,” said the Dutchman. “First we still need to build a great car, and then the engine should be reliable as well, and be powerful, which I think it will be there but first we do winter testing and then we’ll see." Red Bull have switched from Renault power to Honda which they will hope gives them a chance at winning...
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