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Christian Horner: 'Max Verstappen is the coming man'

Red Bull Racing's Christian Horner has said it is ‘inevitable' that Max Verstappen will be the man to challenge Lewis Hamilton this season. The Dutchman finished third in the Formula 1 World Championship last season and has received backing from his team principal to get closer to the six-time world champion this time around. Hamilton is out of contract at the end of the 2020 season, but Horner also ruled out the possibility of the Brit earning a drive at Red Bull. “He (Hamilton) wouldn’t fit into our programme,” Horner told Reuters at a Red Bull event last week. “We have Max. We have always taken the policy of investing in young talent, nurturing and developing that talent....
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