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Hamilton difficult to beat: 'Verstappen and Red Bull realised that'

The battle between Mercedes and Red Bull Racing was already over on Friday according to Mark Hughes. While Mercedes showed they are in good shape, the Austrian team lacked the speed to make things difficult for their rivals. Red Bull realised that too, he says at The Race. The medium's journalist thought prior to the race weekend that the two teams were once again evenly matched, but that proved not to be the case. "The Mercedes was much the quicker car as soon as qualifying began, the Red Bull not reacting well to a couple of key changes," he writes about last weekend. Read more Conclusions GP Qatar | Verstappen and Hamilton battle on until Abu Dhabi However, according to...
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