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‘A bit irritable': Max Verstappen's father urges Red Bull to fix reliability troubles

Max Verstappen stormed to victory at the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, after overtaking both Ferraris early on at the Miami International Autodrome. After starting the race from third, Verstappen found himself in second on the opening lap after a superb pass on Carlos Sainz Jr. The Dutchman quickly set his sights on Charles Leclerc, and used the speed difference of his RB18 to make light-work of the championship leader. READ: Wolff warns Red Bull and Ferrari that Mercedes could ‘capitulate’ and switch to quicker set-up Verstappen was put under pressure late on by Leclerc, after the field were bunched back-up following a Safety Car to clear Lando Norris' stricken McLaren. Norris collided...
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