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F1 back to 2014 performance next year – Verstappen

Apr.28 Formula 1 cars will return to the grip levels of '2014 or 2015' next year, according to Max Verstappen. This year, with F1 performance at near record levels, the Dutchman appears to be in a head-to-head battle with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton for the title. 'I believe Mercedes could be a little stronger than Red Bull in Portugal,' former driver Ralf Schumacher told Sky Deutschland. 'However, now that Hamilton has to take more risks just to hang on to Verstappen, more mistakes are possible,' he added. Another former F1 driver, Mark Webber, told Marca sports newspaper that he is enjoying the spectacle. 'We are all fans of Max's style, but they are two gladiators and that is what this...
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