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Andretti tells Max: You can say it all you want but…

After a season in which he denied several times that he was feeling any pressure, Mario Andretti says Max Verstappen can now truly say that. Last season Verstappen looked to be on course for a comfortable victory in the Drivers' Championship, the Red Bull driver 33 points up on Lewis Hamilton after the sprint race at Silverstone. But a crash in the British Grand Prix and another at the following race in Hungary meant Hamilton was able to regain the lead, the two both bagging four wins apiece in the second half of the season to go into the season finale in Abu Dhabi tied on points. It was a case of winner takes all and yet Verstappen still maintained that he wasn't feeling any pressure,...
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