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Red Bull chief smiles: 'You said it was over at the time'

The season started off poorly for Red Bull Racing with a double DNF in Bahrain, but the team of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez has managed to recover well. Despite Verstappen also dropping out in Australia with technical problems, Red Bull now holds the lead in both world championships. It more than satisfies Helmut Marko. Red Bull lead World Championship "You all said after his second failure that it was over for us, but I said at the time that we still had plenty of races to go and we would bounce back," Marko jokingly says to De Telegraaf. The RB18 is a very competitive car, although it is important for the Austrians that all the teething problems are fixed quickly. Read more...
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