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Marko assures disaster scenario won't happen again: "System has been improved".

Red Bull Racing is known for their lightning fast pit stops. The team starts almost every race with the award for the fastest pit stop, but at Monza things went completely wrong. The rule change regarding the stops caused confusion, causing Max Verstappen to stop for over eleven seconds. This caused the Dutchman to fall way back, and he ended up right next to Lewis Hamilton after he too made a poor stop - the rest is history. Helmut Marko explains what caused the confusion and that the team have taken measures to prevent a recurrence in the future. Read more Engine update for Red Bull Racing: 'Want to beat Mercedes' Marko assures Red Bull problem is solved "After the rule change, the...
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