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Verstappen: Red Bull won't win again in 2019

Max Verstappen doesn’t believe Red Bull will win another race in the 2019 Formula 1 season as Mercedes and especially Ferrari have been too strong recently. Red Bull have two victories to their name this campaign, both via Verstappen in Austria and Germany, but they came before the summer break, with form having taken a dip since the sport returned in Belgium. Article continues under video There are four races remaining in Mexico, the United States, Brazil, and Abu Dhabi, and Verstappen thinks podium spots are the best the team can achieve. "I don't think there's one track left this season where we can do a particularly good job,” he admitted at a recent Tag Heuer promotional...
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