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Christian Horner ‘grateful' Max Verstappen suffered reliability issue

Red Bull Racing's victorious weekend at the Hungarian Grand Prix could've turned out very differently, had Max Verstappen not suffered a reliability problem in Q3 on Saturday. The Dutchman suffered a power failure during the final part of qualifying, which stopped the Dutchman from setting a lap-time. This meant he started from P10, yet somehow recovered brilliantly to win at the Hungaroring for the first time in his F1 career. Staggeringly, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner revealed that he was actually 'grateful' Verstappen suffered a reliability problem. READ: Hungarian GP: Valton Security refuses to comment on British journalist assault The Red Bull boss explained that the car...
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