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Red Bull hail 'remarkable' Max

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has hailed Max Verstappen's F1 2019 performances as "phenomenal" and "remarkable" after the in-form driver secured a Spanish GP podium with another superb drive. Verstappen beat both Ferraris to finish third behind Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas in Barcelona, once again displaying maturity and immense speed as he overtook Sebastian Vettel on the first lap. The Dutchman, still just 21, has not been armed with the strongest package on the grid but has arguably been the form man over the last year, and his Spanish podium means he is currently third in the drivers' standings. "In the last 12 months, since Monaco last year, he's...
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