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Max Verstappen: Singapore Grand Prix was a 'wake-up call' for Red Bull

Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen has admitted the Singapore Grand Prix was a "little wake-up call" for his team despite the Dutchman beating both Mercedes drivers to the podium at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Verstappen's Red Bull team were among the favourites for the race in Singapore, with their decent record there in recent times. However, Ferrari surprised the majority of the Formula 1 world with their outstanding pace in Asia. Despite being pleased to reach the top three again in Singapore, the Dutchman was rather disappointed with his team's efforts in F1's night race. "It was not good enough," Verstappen bluntly said to Crash.net. "We came...
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