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Brundle 'feels sorry' for Verstappen after frustrating Italian Grand Prix

Former F1 driver and Sky Sports F1 pundit Martin Brundle has stated that he felt sorry for Red Bull Racing star Max Verstappen, with the Dutchman suffering contact at the start of the Italian Grand Prix despite cautiously approaching the narrow first chicane. Verstappen was always going to have a tricky race, starting from the back after getting on the end of grid penalties on a track that doesn't typically favour Red Bull packages. The seven-time Grand Prix winner had some extra bad luck at the start of the race, however, as Brundle explained. "Max Verstappen started at the back after engine penalties and was the last unlapped runner in eighth place," he wrote in...
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