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Horner sees Red Bull mechanics at work again: 'That was impressive'

For Red Bull Racing the weekend at Spa-Francorchamps was one of highs and lows. Max Verstappen won the race, but they could have scored more points with Sergio Perez. Christian Horner agrees, although he's pleased they were able to get points with Verstappen. "It was all about yesterday. First of all, thanks to the fans. Credit to the FIA to try and get it going. Max felt the conditions with visibility were fine, but nobody behind could see. Very very tough, we obviously didn't race today and was all about what we did yesterday," Horner explained in a conversation on Sky Sports. Read more Marko after Verstappen win: 'We are not proud of this' Red Bull performs miracle at Spa:...
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