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Webber sees Verstappen excelling: "Max was phenomenal all weekend"

Where Robert Doornbos is still a little hesitant, Mark Webber is much more outspoken. The former Red Bull Racing driver is convinced that Ferrari will not succeed in beating the Austrians in 2022. According to Webber Max Verstappen is the favourite to win the world title. Article continues under ad After nine Grands Prix Verstappen is 49 points ahead of Charles Leclerc. Yet Ferrari regularly has a faster car than Red Bull, but bad luck, strategy or unreliability prevent a red car from winning. These are all signs that, in Webber's view, Red Bull 'will continue to dominate this championship.' Read more Ecclestone angry at FIA appointment: 'It's bloody dangerous' "They have a car that...
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