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Verstappen dominant in Saudi Arabia: 'Mercedes no longer has an advantage'

The title fight between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton is not only noticeable on the track, but also beyond that, as there is a clear rivalry between Red Bull Racing and Mercedes. Helmut Marko tells Autosprint that he expects Verstappen to be dominant in Saudi Arabia, as Mercedes no longer has an advantage. In recent weeks a lot has been said about the rear wing of the Mercedes cars. According to Christian Horner, the rear wing bends too far and therefore the British team are faster on the straights. In Qatar, the difference in speed suddenly seemed less and both teams have their own explanation for that. According to Marko, the rear wing now bends less, but that is probably due to the...
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