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Verstappen Predicts Warm Conditions And Heavy Dutch Turnout For German GP

Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen predicts the German Grand Prix will feature warm weather conditions once again and expects a lot of Dutch supporters to turn up for the weekend at Hockenheim. The Dutch driver heads into Germany coming off a fifth place finish at the British Grand Prix, a result where Verstappen managed to recover after suffering a hit from Sebastian Vettel during the race. The Scuderia Ferrari driver crashed into the back of Verstappen at Vale, when he attempted to re-pass the Red Bull after Verstappen overtook him around the outside at Stowe. Verstappen was able to resume running and suffered little damage from the rear of his car, despite being launched up in the air by...
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