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‘This weakness': Max Verstappen fired warning

Ex-Formula 1 driver Anthony Davidson found it interesting that Red Bull struggled so much at the Singapore Grand Prix last weekend, with it having been a venue where Mercedes previously struggled when they were the sport's dominant side. Red Bull's 15-race winning streak came to an end at the Marina Bay Circuit last Sunday, where Max Verstappen finished fifth and Sergio Perez salvaged eighth. Both drivers started outside the top-10 following a double Q2 elimination for the team, the first time that's happened since the 2018 Russian Grand Prix. From the get-go in Free Practice, Red Bull just didn't look like their usual superior selves, who have obliterated the competition at every round...
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