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Verstappen: Mercedes will be very strong in France

While Mercedes have flagellated themselves in the wake of defeat in Baku, Red Bull's Max Verstappen is wary of the World Champions crying wolf as the title battle heads to France this weekend. Verstappen might have won the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix had the Pirelli on his car not burst with victory in sight but, cruelly that's as far as it got. It was not all bad luck, as good fortune (for him) did intervene as rival Lewis Hamilton helped with damage limitation by switching himself out of a sure podium. Thus the Dutchman heads to Paul Ricard leading the championships standings by four-points after six rounds without any illusions: 'I’m feeling good but I'm sure Mercedes will be very...
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