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Verstappen angered by delays to engine upgrades

Max Verstappen feels Red Bull have been 'two races behind' Ferrari and Mercedes in terms of engine updates throughout this season given that Renault have delayed giving them new parts. As a customer of Renault, it is usually the French manufacturer's works team that gets the upgrades as soon as they are available while Red Bull have had to wait for more parts to be made. But while Verstappen understands that, he says it has left Red Bull 'two races behind' their main rivals. 'If there are new parts, they will of course go to the factory team first, which is also logical but it's a pity for us,' he said. 'You just know that at Ferrari and Mercedes these are immediately introduced and then...
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