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Smart move by Verstappen: 'Red Bull did well'

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have had a brilliant season. Both men kept it exciting until the last race by travelling to Abu Dhabi with an equal amount of points. For Flavio Briatore it was therefore a pleasure, as he explains in an interview with Adnkronos.com. The former team boss of Benetton and Renault had no expectations of Verstappen winning the race. Hamilton dominated the Grand Prix and seemed to be on his way to his eighth world title. However, Nicholas Latifi' s crash changed that. Read more 'Bold move Horner after world title for Verstappen' "If there had been no Safety Car at the end of the race, Hamilton would have won by eight to ten seconds," Briatore noted in...
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