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Verstappen praises 'decent recovery' from Red Bull after securing front row start

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Max Verstappen will start Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix from the front row, in second place, after finishing qualifying in third place. Lewis Hamilton, who went fastest overall, will start from 11th as a result of an engine grid penalty. Verstappen will thus start alongside polesitter Valtteri Bottas, and has praised the work done by Red Bull overnight after finishing a subdued fifth in practice on Friday after struggled with understeer. "At the beginning, it was quite tricky with the conditions, but I think compared to yesterday we actually managed to turn it around quite well," Verstappen said after qualifying....
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