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Marko confirms Ferrari's claim about Red Bull fuel issue

Red Bull adviser Dr Helmut Marko has conceded that there was an issue with the fuel in Max Verstappen’s car ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix. Verstappen was faced with a litany of issues throughout qualifying and the race in Barcelona. He was forced to abort his final run in qualifying when his DRS failed to open the rear wing, and he was pipped to pole by Charles Leclerc as a result. He had the same issue in the race while trying to pass George Russell having made a mistake in the early going, and the Red Bull mechanics were busy working on the wing in the build-up to the start. READ: Drake curse strikes again? Canadian rapper loses out on $750,000 pay-out after Leclerc DNF Compounding...
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