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Verstappen: You can always improve and nobody is perfect

With 249 points, fourth place in the 2018 Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championship, two wins and 11 podium finishes – including five-in-a-row to close out the campaign which makers it Max Verstappen's most successful season to date. Here, Max looks back on his biggest moments of the year, reveals the key things he’ll take away from three seasons alongside Daniel Ricciardo and why he’s excited about what’s to come in 2019. You had a really strong finish to the season. Are you confident that you will be able to carry that momentum forward into next year? Max Verstappen: Yeah, I think this season was a challenging one initially, but then it definitely came on and we had really great...
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