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Horner singles out top drivers of F1's young generation

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 is in "great shape" for the next ten years thanks to a generation of outstanding young talent that has risen through the ranks. While Lewis Hamilton claims to be at his peak at 37, the seven-time world champion has had a group of young guns snapping at his heels for several seasons, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen leading the charge and finally beating the dominant Mercedes driver to the world title last year. But the blindingly fast Dutchman isn't the only young claimant to F1's throne, with several other remarkable talents chasing their dreams in his wake. "Well, I think Formula 1 is in great shape at the moment because...
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