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International media | 'Verstappen defeats demons in orange hell'

The Spanish Grand Prix was prey for Max Verstappen, but it was not without its struggles. For his rival Charles Leclerc, however, the problems were greater with a retirement. In the international media, this new twist in the 2022 World Championship is being widely discussed. AS - Spain We start with the report from the local media, where the Spanish AS headlines with a clear title: 'Hell is orange'. For Spanish F1 fans, the Grand Prix was hard to watch after Carlos Sainz's mistake. The Spaniard did recover after his adventure in the gravel pit, but for the battle for the podium he would not be competing again. To make matters worse, his teammate at Ferrari also crashed out. Read more...
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