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Verstappen: Ferrari may be too quick for Red Bull in Japan

Max Verstappen has played down Red Bull's chances of delivering a home win for Honda at the Japanese Grand Prix, pointing out that Ferrari may be too quick to stop at Suzuka. Honda-powered cars have not scored a single point in Japan since the brand's return to F1 in 2015, with three 11th-place finishes in four races rubbing salt in the wounds. Article continues under video Red Bull took engine penalties in Russia last time out and will have use of new fuel in Japan, with Dr Helmut Marko having targeted a win to cap the team's first year alongside Honda. However, Verstappen – a podium finisher in Japan every year with Red Bull – was quick to point out Ferrari's strength. "I've had...
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