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How Max Verstappen's party will end

Ex-Formula 1 driver Johnny Herbert believes that only the introduction of the new power unit regulations in 2026 'might stop' Max Verstappen, whose dominance looks set to last for at least two more seasons. Since the new aerodynamic regulations were introduced at the start of 2022, Verstappen and Red Bull have been superior. Ferrari managed to compete with the Austrians for part of last year, only to fall off in the latter stages. As for 2023, no team has consistently been able to take the fight to Red Bull, allowing Verstappen to clear off into the distance. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies Verstappen's 2023 campaign is officially the most dominant in the...
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