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Verstappen: Austrian GP Win Showed Red Bull and Honda's 'Hard Work'

Max Verstappen says that his victory at the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix just over a week ago was a vindication of Red Bull Racing and Honda‘s 'hard work'. The Dutchman became the first non-Mercedes AMG Motorsport driver to win a race in 2019, after eight successive victories from Mercedes – 10 when counting back to 2018 – to start the season. The result at Red Bull's home race ensured the team's first win since Verstappen triumph in the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix, and new engine supplier Honda's first since Jenson Button‘s maiden victory at the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix – prompting emotional scenes on the Red Bull Ring podium. Honda had faced numerous...
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