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Next two races crucial for Red Bull: "Verstappen needs to create a gap"

The next Formula 1 race on the calendar is the Mexican Grand Prix. The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is located at an altitude of 2286 metres above sea level, which puts a lot of strain on the engines. Historically this gives Red Bull Racing an advantage, as they have always performed strongly at the track. Allard Kalff and Kees van de Grint discuss during RTL GP Slipstream whether this is also the case now.         "The engine suffers the most from that," Van de Grint replied when asked where the pain point is for the cars. Historically, the Mercedes powerplant seems to suffer more from thin air than the Honda engine. "That's possible, at least it looks like it is....
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