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Montoya: Ferrari are gifting Red Bull and Verstappen lucky wins

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Former F1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya believes Ferrari are handing Red Bull victories, more so than Red Bull are winning on merit. Speaking in an interview with VegasInsider, the Colombian, who drove for Williams and then McLaren between 2001 and 2006 before moving to the NASCAR series in America, claimed he cannot believe how many mistakes the Scuderia have made during the opening nine races. "As a team, they're not executing as good as they need to be. That's what it really comes to," he said. "You can say that half of the wins of Red Bull have been given away by Ferrari, not won by Red Bull. "While Red Bull have won some...
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