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Constructors' standings after Azerbaijan | Red Bull gives Ferrari big blow

Red Bull Racing has increased its lead in the Constructors' Championship thanks to the retirement of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc. Whereas the team had 36 points more than its competitor after the race in Monaco, that has now increased to eighty points. Article continues under ad Both Leclerc and Sainz suffered car problems during the race, leaving Ferrari empty-handed. The Austrians took the opportunity by finishing first and second with Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez respectively. In the remainder of the rankings, however, little changed. Only Alpine and Alfa Romeo changed places. Alpine is in fifth place after the GP in Baku with 47 points, while Alfa Romeo occupies a place lower....
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