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Max Verstappen was happy Red Bull struggled in Singapore as he sends ominous warning

The Singapore Grand Prix marked a painful turn of fortune for Red Bull Racing as their unprecedented winning streak of 15 races came to an end at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.  Red Bull team principal Christian Horner reflected on the weekend, recognising the weaknesses of their previously unbeaten RB19 car and considering it a valuable lesson for their 2024 RB20. Starting from 11th on the grid, Max Verstappen managed to secure a fifth-place finish, while Sergio Perez climbed to eighth from 13th.  Red Bull had struggled with pace throughout the weekend, leading to a double Q2 exit in qualifying. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies Horner admitted that...
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