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Verstappen powers through from P4 to win sprint race

Anyone thinking Max Verstappen and Red Bull were slightly off the pace this weekend were proved wrong as the Dutchman powered through the field to win the sprint race in China by almost 13 seconds. Once the Red Bull driver took the lead, he opened up a two-second gap immediately and proved no match to the British drivers who started on the front row. Lewis Hamilton, who led a sprint race for the first time, finished second. Sergio Perez rounded out the podium.
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