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Marko criticises Verstappen mistake and admits: We almost retired

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool The British Grand Prix was one this season's more eventful races - but World Champion Max Verstappen was only able to play a leading role for 13 laps before running over a piece of debris, causing him to fall back down the field and eventually finish in seventh place overall. Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko looked back on the Grand Prix at Silverstone on Austrian ServusTV and spoke about how the Dutchman shot out of the grid when the race first began, overtaking pole-sitter Carlos Sainz and into the lead before being called back to the pits due to the red flag after Guanyu Zhou's terrifying crash. "We had chosen the soft tyre at the start...
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