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Lammers: "Verstappen has to give 102 percent, otherwise won't get anywhere"

Jan Lammers saw a lot of communication go wrong in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, not only with the FIA but also with Red Bull Racing and Mercedes. The former Formula 1 driver is disappointed that Max Verstappen didn't take the win, but says Lewis Hamilton was the deserved winner. "Max was of course aggressive, he had to be, but I think at the end of the day we have to conclude: it is what it is," Lammers said in his analysis for the NOS."It seems very clear ... Mercedes was the better combination with Hamilton in the race." Read more Red Bull chief: 'If that should be fair, I don't know anymore' Stewards seem to contradict themselves in their verdict for Verstappen...
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