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Red Bull’s Christian Horner: “It was frustrating the way that things panned out”

Christian Horner admitted there was frustration at Red Bull Racing about how the Hungarian Grand Prix panned out on Sunday, with Max Verstappen controlling the race for much of the afternoon only to be denied the victory right at the end by a charging Lewis Hamilton. Verstappen, who took his maiden pole position on Saturday and held onto the lead at the start, was unable to shake off the attention of the Mercedes AMG Motorsport driver during the first three-quarters of the race, and it was only a pit stop gamble that ultimately decided the race in favour of Hamilton. “It was frustrating the way that things panned out,” admitted Horner.  “Max did everything we asked of him, he...
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