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How Red Bull plan to defend Verstappen's title lead in Russia

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko is still hopeful that Max Verstappen will be able to defend his title lead at the Russian Grand Prix, despite a grid drop for clashing with Lewis Hamilton at Monza, and the possibility of an engine change. Verstappen leads Hamilton by five points in the standings but will be demoted at least three places on the grid at Sochi Autodrom, where Mercedes have claimed a clean sweep of victories since the track arrived on the F1 calendar in 2014. An additional penalty could follow this weekend, as Red Bull need to fit a fourth Honda power unit to Verstappen's car to see him through the remainder of the season, with a...
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