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Verstappen reveals expectations of Red Bull's Suzuka upgrade

Max Verstappen hopes Red Bull's fuel upgrade at the Japanese Grand Prix will deliver a greater boost than any engine upgrade that Honda can produce. Red Bull chief Dr Helmut Marko has targeted victory in Suzuka to repay Honda after the Japanese marque's first year as engine supplier to them. Article continues under video Verstappen has been on the podium in Japan in each of the last three years and will be further boosted by a new ExxonMobil fuel this weekend in Suzuka, with Honda having delivered updates in recent weeks to put the team in the best position possible. And Verstappen sees big reasons for optimism as a result. "Over the years, fuel updates have always resulted in the...
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