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Verstappen upset with himself over final corner qualifying crash

Max Verstappen admits his crash in the final corner of qualifying was “really disappointing” but believes Red Bull has the car to fight with Mercedes in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton was on provisional pole position ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas, but Verstappen was putting together an excellent final lap and looked set to take pole after setting the fastest first two sectors. With just one corner to go, Verstappen locked up and hit the wall on the exit, damaging the right rear corner and leaving him third on the grid. “I arrived there, from my feeling I was braking at the same point,” Verstappen said. “But I had a little lock-up and I still tried to of course...
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