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Verstappen reprimanded twice but keeps starting spot

Max Verstappen received two reprimands for transgressions during qualifying for Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix but has retained his starting spot. Verstappen and Red Bull struggled throughout the session at Marina Bay and was eliminated in Q2 for the first time this season. Verstappen faced three post-session investigations for various incidents across Q1 and Q2. […]
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