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Brundle: Less drag and deg 'a potent combination' for Verstappen

Martin Brundle believes the two main strengths of Red Bull's RB16B – its straight-line speed and low tyre degradation – are proving to be a potent and winning combination for Max Verstappen. The Dutchman sealed his fourth win of the season last weekend in Styrua, but Verstappen's 35-second margin over title rival Lewis Hamilton attests to Red Bull's clear superiority over Mercedes. And the Sky F1 commentator believes the Milton Keynes-based team will be able to maintain its edge as it adds updates to its car while Mercedes is expected to implement only minor developments  on its W12 as it switches its focus to its 2022 contender. "The Red Bull can carry less apparent rear wing...
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