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Verstappen hegemony in Miami 'a worry' for Ferrari – Palmer

Jonathan Palmer says the way Max Verstappen made minced meat of his Ferrari rivals in Miami is "a worry" for the Scuderia. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz had locked out the front row at the Miami International Autodrome and were determined to oppose a united front to the Red Bull charger. But Sainz succumbed to Verstappen as early as the first corner, a weak defense that instantly boosted the Red Bull driver's chances of success as Palmer wrote in his post-race column for Formula1.com. "The worry for Ferrari at the moment must be the manner with which Verstappen is able to beat them, even when he starts behind both cars, and on a Miami circuit which the majority of the...
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