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Marko: 'Verstappen engine change not necessarily necessary in Sochi'

Sometime during the next races Max Verstappen will have to use a fourth engine, which will give him a big grid penalty. Drivers are allowed to use three engines per season. With the fourth engine the driver will start from the back. Whether the Dutchman will change his engine in Russia remains to be seen. Wait and see, then decide Verstappen will not start at the front anyway, as the Dutchman also has a grid penalty of three spots for his crash with Hamilton at Monza. Sochi seems to be the perfect opportunity for Red Bull to change the engine. In an interview with RTL/ntv Marko discusses the considerations of whether or not to go for an engine change in Sochi. Read more Red Bull and...
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