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Briatore believes Red Bull strategy cost them victory in Bahrain

Article To news overview © FIA The first race of the F1 season in Bahrain was one to remember with Lewis Hamilton getting the better of Max Verstappen, however Flavio Briatore believes Red Bull cost themselves a win with their strategy. There have been no shortage of comments regarding Verstappen's pass of Hamilton at Turn 4 with four laps remaining which saw the Dutchman cede his position after being told to do so by the race directors. While Briatore believes Red Bull's decision to have the Dutchman give up his position was the right one, he believes they lost the race in the pits. "I think Verstappen could have won," Briatore told Adnkronos.com. "However Red Bull brought...
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