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Ferrari curious after Verstappen narrowly escaped pit lane start in Spain

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Spanish Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen was just eight seconds away from starting the race from the pit lane. The World Champion driver moved above Nico Rosberg and Nelson Piquet on the all-time wins list when he secured his 24th F1 victory in Barcelona on Sunday. He did so via a trip across the gravel and with Drag Reduction System (DRS) issues threatening to leave him stuck behind the rear wing of George Russell until the chequered flag. But his eventful Spanish Grand Prix would have started from the pit lane had his car left the garage just eight seconds later in the build-up to the race. Red Bull point to DRS, but RB18 had problems more...
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