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Verstappen: red flag made gap to Ferrari “more dramatic”

Monaco Grand Prix – Max Verstappen said that the late red flag in qualifying means the lap time gap to Ferrari looks worse than it really was. The reigning champion hadn’t really been on the pace of the Ferraris or teammate Sergio Perez throughout the weekend but the Red Bull driver said that he had figured things out by the end of qualifying and was up on his previous time before the red flag came out. Perez’ crash had been caused by his tyres being too cold and Verstappen said that was also a problem for his car but that deciding to do two quick laps on his final run was helping that issue. Perez blames Q3 crash on cold tyres “I chose a different strategy,” Verstappen told...
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