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Max ‘could well' see out his career with Red Bull

Max Verstappen says he 'could well' end his F1 career with Red Bull, it's up to the team to give him a competitive car that makes him want to stick around. Verstappen, who made his Red Bull debut in 2016 and last time out in Spain celebrated his 100th grand prix with the team, is contracted to the Milton Keynes team until the end of the 2023 season. There are, however, performance clauses in his contract that allow him to leave. Mercedes has long been rumoured to be his next destination, although that's unlikely to happen while Lewis Hamilton remains with the team. The Brit is, at least according to Toto Wolff, in line for a new two-year contract, the conclusion of which would coincide...
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