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Verstappen: Red Bull as fast as Ferrari, Mercedes at Monza after Honda upgrade

Max Verstappen believes Red Bull had the pace to fight with Ferrari and Mercedes at the Italian Grand Prix, suggesting that Honda's latest upgrade has delivered the power it had promised. Verstappen recovered to finish eighth from 19th on the grid, although his result might have been even better if not for a lap-one collision which required a change of front wing. Article continues under video A mid-race VSC also cost the Dutchman time as he had just pitted. Team-mate Alexander Albon came home sixth after a similar eventful race to ensure that Red Bull have still not stepped on the Monza podium in the V6 Hybrid era. The Temple of Speed has often been a venue that Red Bull have chosen to...
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