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Horner: 'Verstappen less happy with setup in FP2'

The first Friday of F1 sessions in Monaco is over. Ferrari looked strong and Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing are looking at a deficit after the first practice sessions. Team boss Christian Horner sees that there is still a little room for improvement. It looks like it will be another GP weekend where Ferrari and Red Bull will battle for victory. Judging by the first practice sessions, Red Bull Racing still needs to find a little time to get close to Ferrari. The fastest lap time is crucial in Monaco; due to the limited overtaking opportunities, pole position is more important than at any other circuit. Read more Full results FP2 Monaco | Ferrari sets the tone followed by Red Bull Horner...
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