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Red Bull want Verstappen to break Vettel's championship record

Red Bull want Max Verstappen to beat Sebastian Vettel's record for youngest Formula 1 champion, set with the same team in 2010. Vettel was 23 years and 134 days when he emerged from a thrilling Abu Dhabi GP to take the first of his four titles. Verstappen has two chances to lower Vettel's benchmark in 2019 and 2020, when Red Bull hope that switching to Honda will put them back in the kind of winning positions that the German enjoyed so much between 2009 and 2013. The Dutchman demolished Vettel's record for youngest grand prix winner at the 2016 Spanish GP – his four subsequent wins have all also come at an age younger than Vettel's in Italy in 2008. Having seen Vettel's benchmark for...
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