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Max felt more pressure at Zandvoort than Abu Dhabi

Max Verstappen said he felt more pressure at his home race, the Dutch Grand Prix, than the title decider in Abu Dhabi. Finally in 2021 Red Bull provided Verstappen with machinery which could contend for the World Championship, the big question then was whether he could deliver in the key moments and get over the line. Ultimately that is exactly what he did, with his first home race in Formula 1 at Zandvoort the biggest major checkpoint before Abu Dhabi, as a crowd almost exclusively made up of Verstappen fans decked out in orange, watched in expectation of the Dutchman winning an event effectively held for him. Verstappen duly delivered the win to delight his home crown, a dominant victory...
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