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Verstappen wants action from Red Bull: It has to be better

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Max Verstappen has demanded an improvement from Red Bull following another spate of issues on his car at the Miami Grand Prix. Verstappen headed into qualifying at the all-new Miami International Autodrome on the back foot, having battled cooling delays, a gearbox change and a subsequent hydraulic issue across Friday's practice sessions. Despite recovering to claim third on the grid for Sunday's race, the reigning World Champion was left to ponder what might have been as rivals Ferrari locked out the front row with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz. Verstappen lacking rhythm and confidence in the RB18 Reflecting on the grid-deciding session,...
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