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'Red Bull with upgrades after summer break, Ferrari to focus on engine'

The summer break officially started after the Hungarian Grand Prix. The teams will not be sitting still, however, as Formula 1 gets ready for its first triple header of the season after the four-week break. Red Bull Racing will introduce several updates, while Ferrari will focus on improving its engine. Article continues under ad In Hungary, the Red Bull car performed better in the cooler conditions. However, Ferrari still have an advantage on tracks where maximum downforce is required. The Italians simply didn't exploit the potential of their car at the Hungaroring. However, Red Bull will introduce some updates after the summer break to stay ahead of Ferrari. The team of Verstappen and...
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