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Verstappen looking forward to Hungary: "I'm definitely ready"

After his mega-crash at the British Grand Prix, Max Verstappen will be looking to bounce back in Hungary. Red Bull Racing have often been strong at the Hungaroring in the past, and will need a good performance this weekend to regain their lead over Mercedes. Bruises Verstappen himself is happy that he can race again. Fortunately the damage isn't too bad either, according to an official Red Bull Racing press release. "I'm happy to be back on the track this weekend in Hungary, especially after the result of the last race. Of course I have some bruises, but that's normal after such a big impact, but I'm training and feeling good." Read more New footage shows how far Verstappen...
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