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Max Verstappen won't get 'carried away' after Australia performance

Despite securing a podium finish in Australia, Max Verstappen believes that his team will not know their true standing until after China. Having changed engine suppliers it was thought that it would take a few races for Red Bull to pick up race winning pace. this weekend in Bahrain Verstappen will have a harder time keeping the Ferrari's behind him.   "Starting the season with a podium in Australia is really positive but Melbourne is not a typical circuit, so we can’t get carried away,” he said to planetf1.com. “I don’t think we will really know where we stand until after China.” “I enjoy the track and the transition from day to night...
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