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Verstappen: Mercedes quicker than Red Bull in every corner

Max Verstappen says Mercedes' W10 is currently faster than Red Bull's RB15 in every type of corner. The Silver Arrows have taken one-two finishes in each of the first five races of the season – a Formula 1 record – with a renewed focus on aero key. Mercedes' dominance of F1 in recent years has been founded largely on engine power, but Ferrari have out-developed the constructors' champions in this regard recently. Article continues under video However, the Silver Arrows have instead focused energies in gaining speed through corners, which was in evidence in the Spanish grand Prix last week as they wiped the floor with Ferrari, while Verstappen was a distant third for a Red Bull side...
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