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'Red Bull not sent onto track until eight seconds before pit lane closed'

Red Bull Racing seems to have indeed crawled through the eye of the needle prior to the Spanish Grand Prix. The Race stated earlier this Sunday that competitors suspected that Max Verstappen was having problems reaching the correct fuel temperature. This story has been confirmed by Auto, Motor und Sport. The reputable medium even has detailed information. Red Bull had little time left While all the Formula 1 drivers were already doing their reconnaissance laps, Verstappen and Sergio Perez would not have driven out until eight (!) seconds before the pit lane closed. Although Red Bull Racing's reading is that this had to do with extra checks for the DRS system, in reality it seems to be...
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