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Verstappen jokes about Red Bull 'ban': 'Could break a leg now'

Put two great champions next to each other and you get an interesting conversation. For the MotoGP's YouTube channel Marc Marquez and Max Verstappen were put side by side to talk about each other. For instance, Marquez discusses Verstappen's unique qualities, while the Dutchman reveals that he would love to get on a motorbike one day. Article continues under ad For the Honda Racing Thanks Day, Marquez and Verstappen were both present in Japan for a demo run. One on a motorbike and the other in a Formula One car, but afterwards the two were also put side by side. With six world titles in MotoGP and two world titles in F1, two icons sat together. Read more Asian businessman wants own team in...
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