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Verstappen planning to stay at Red Bull forever

Max Verstappen has said the plan is to stay at Red Bull for the entirety of his Formula 1 career. Verstappen has long been part of the Red Bull family and has a long-term contract in place until at least the end of the 2023 season. But, over the years, there has always been a lingering question mark over the Dutchman's future with the team, especially during long phases of uncompetitiveness against the might of Mercedes – realistically the only team for which Verstappen would leave Red Bull. 💔on my own race… But happy for the team and a huge congrats to @SChecoPerez on the win 💪 The car, pit stops and strategy were amazing again, thanks to @redbullracing. Not much more to say...
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