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Verstappen details what he suspects caused Red Bull's qualifying slump

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Red Bull's Max Verstappen has explained why he believes the team slumped dramatically in qualifying at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, only to bounce back strongly in the race on Sunday. Red Bull had looked in control of the Mexico City Grand Prix throughout practice, but Mercedes surprised in qualifying to lock out the front-row. The margin wasn't small either, with Mercedes a quarter of a second clear of Red Bull on the first runs in Q3. But Red Bull responded with authority on Sunday, as Verstappen stormed into the lead at Turn 1 and disappeared into the distance over the remainder of the race. Speaking afterwards, Verstappen was asked...
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