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Max Verstappen's father ‘disappointed' after Red Bull strategy ‘turned to Perez's favour'

Former Formula 1 driver Jos Verstappen believes that Red Bull might have done more to help his son Max win the Monaco Grand Prix last weekend. Verstappen had not looked comfortable with his RB18 all weekend going into qualifying on Saturday, and he ended the session in third behind Sergio Perez after the Mexican scuppered his team-mate’s final run with a crash at Portier. The race got underway following a delay of over an hour in wet conditions, and the Dutchman found himself right behind the 32-year-old in the opening stint before Perez eventually found his rhythm and began breaking away. READ: Marko questions Ferrari’s decision-making in Monaco as Leclerc left fuming Perez was...
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