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Father 'retweets' article about Verstappen leaving Red Bull

Jun.10 Max Verstappen's father has 'retweeted' a news article about the Dutchman potentially leaving Red Bull. On Sunday, we reported Dr Helmut Marko's quote in La Gazzetta dello Sport that said the Red Bull boss was "worried" about losing Verstappen to a rival. "At the moment there is only one car that is winning and it is Mercedes," he also said. When asked about the article and the fact that his father Jos had 'retweeted' it on Twitter, Verstappen said in Canada: "There is a lot in this article, but in the end I am the driver, not my father." However, Max would not rule out a scenario in which he could leave Red Bull. His current contract runs until the...
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