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Horner: "We are going to try to put right what happened last year"

Christian Horner is amazed at the good form of his team Red Bull Racing and its drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez, but is taking a strong Ferrari and even Mercedes seriously at Silverstone. The team boss hopes to put right what happened in England last year. Article continues under ad Last year's British Grand Prix saw Verstappen retire early in the race. The Dutchman collided with seven-time world champion Hamilton and hit the wall hard. Although Mercedes and Red Bull are not that close anymore this year and Mercedes is far behind the two fastest teams, Horner hopes to make up for what happened last year this weekend. Jos Verstappen has also already reported that there is still a...
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