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Verstappen ‘not worrying’ about Red Bull F1 future

Max Verstappen insists he is “not too worried” about his Formula 1 future with Red Bull amid suggestions he is growing frustrated at being unable to challenge for world championships. Verstappen is contracted to Red Bull until the end of 2020 and is arguably the most-sought after property on the F1 driver market, having already racked up seven grand prix victories in machinery not capable of fighting for titles. The Dutchman has scored two wins so far this season in what has been a promising first year of Red Bull’s new engine partnership with Honda. After emerging as Mercedes' nearest challengers prior to F1's summer break, Red Bull has since fallen behind Ferrari in the pecking...
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