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Verstappen knows a fast start in 2020 is key to his future

Max Verstappen believes that Aston Martin Red Bull Racing's title hopes and his future will come down to a fast start to the season in 2020. In the past couple of seasons, The Dutchman's team have been well behind the top two in the standings. He is fully aware that if he wants to be taken as a serious title challenger then he can't afford for this to happen from the outset in 2020. Read more Ecclestone: 'Ferrari played a major role in making Formula 1 what it is today' "We just hope that we can be more competitive next year," Verstappen was quoted by Motorsport.com. "We know that we have to be competitive from the start and want to be able to fight for the title. So we are...
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