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Austrian Grand Prix: Verstappen on another level

As expected, Max Verstappen was untouchable on his way to victory in the 2021 Austrian Grand Prix, in front a sea of orange 'Max We Are Back' t-shirts worn by his army of fans at Red Bull Ring. The Red Bull driver headed home, Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas in second and McLaren's Lando Norris claiming third, after Lewis Hamilton lost out on second when he damaged his car while in second place. The defending World Champion was fourth. The signals were there from the moment engines fired up on Friday, this race trophy – like last week's – had the Dutchman's etched on it. On the day, Verstappen led from the first start; again after a restart to remove Esteban Ocon's stricken...
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