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Domenicali curious how Verstappen will perform as world champion

In his first season as Formula One boss, he immediately got a new world champion. Stefano Domenicali saw Max Verstappen win from Lewis Hamilton in one of the most exciting seasons ever. The Italian is therefore very satisfied with the season. Verstappen deserves the title In an interview with F1 Insider Domenicali looks back on the season. Despite the challenges of the corona pandemic, Formula 1 managed to hold a record 22 races. "Now it's easy to look back on an incredible championship, but it was a massive task for everyone involved." The hard work was rewarded with huge interest in the battle between Verstappen and Hamilton. Read more Sainz saw the Verstappen title coming in...
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