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Red Bull: The maximum achievable for us

Max Verstappen climbed from ninth place to fourth at the flag, while Alex Albon stormed through the field to claim a brilliant fifth place after starting from the pit lane as the Bulls staged an incredible race recovery from grid penalties at the Russian Grand Prix. With the Team electing to take PU-related penalties ahead of the weekend in order to put both drivers in the best position for the final five races of the season, the race at the Sochi Autodrom was always going to be tough, with Max starting in ninth place and Alex relegated to a pit lane start after a qualifying crash led to repairs under Parc Fermé conditions. However, both Bulls delivered outstanding drives to claim 22...
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