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Horner: Verstappen had a drive shaft issue in FP2

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has revealed that Max Verstappen suffered a drive shaft failure during FP2 at Imola, causing him to miss the bulk of the session. Verstappen's RB16B stopped out on track after just five laps during afternoon practice, with the team unable to recover in time for the Dutchman to get any further running under his belt. After finishing second at the Bahrain Grand Prix last month, it looked tight at the top once again after FP1, but it now appears to be advantage Mercedes given the loss of track time suffered by Red Bull and Verstappen. 'It looks like the drive shaft has given way unfortunately,' Horner told Sky Sports F1. 'So, we are just trying to...
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