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Horner: All credit goes to Hannah

Most race wins end with the team boss applauding the driver but in Brazil Christian Horner congratulated senior strategist Hannah Schmitz for her 'bold' race winning strategy. Verstappen started the Brazilian Grand Prix from pole position, dogged lap after lap by Lewis Hamilton as the two covered one anothers' strategies. That, though, changed on lap 52. Valtteri Bottas retired from the grand prix, bringing out the red flags and, unlike Mercedes, Red Bull called Verstappen in for a fresh set of soft tyres. The team opted to sacrifice the lead in order to put their driver on new tyres. The decision paid dividends immediately as Verstappen overtook Hamilton at the restart to lead the grand...
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