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Wise decision Red Bull: 'Don't say goodbye if it goes well'

Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez did not drive in the usual blue-red during the Turkish Grand Prix, but white was the basic colour of the car and suit during the weekend. With this action Red Bull Racing wanted to thank engine supplier Honda for the good work in recent years. Michael Bleekemolen thought it was a nice gift. "It's always nice when a team holds an action like that," he told GPblog in an exclusive interview. Bleekemolen's thoughts immediately went back to the past. The 72-year old man from Amsterdam saw Honda shining on the circuits in the last century with its colours. "I really liked the idea, because it obviously means something to me. I've seen Honda drive...
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