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Horner confirms Verstappen's suspicions: 'Something must happen"

Christian Horner says he is not surprised by Mercedes' strong performance on Saturday in Brazil. The German team were penalised for a DRS violation on Lewis Hamilton's car but were nonetheless in fine form during sprint qualifying. Red Bull Racing have their suspicions about their rivals' rear wing, however, as Max Verstappen reported after the session. The Red Bull team boss agrees with the championship leader's words. "To be honest with you there is no real surprise," Horner said when asked by Sky Sports for his opinion on his rivals' strong performance. "You can see Lewis' straight-line speed which is mind-boggling." Read more Verstappen suspected Mercedes...
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