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Verstappen: Red Bull unlikely to win again in 2019

Max Verstappen doesn't see any remaining races in the 2019 season where Red Bull could realistically claim victory. Red Bull have two wins this season, both coming courtesy of Verstappen at the Austrian and German GPs, while he came close to adding a third in Hungary. However, since returning from the summer break, Red Bull have fallen away from Ferrari and Mercedes. Mexico, United States, Brazil and Abu Dhabi remain on the calendar for this season, and even though Verstappen heads into the Mexican GP looking for a hat-trick of wins, having claimed victory here in 2017 and 2018, he doesn't realistically see Red Bull winning again anywhere in the remainder of 2019. 'I don't think there's...
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