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Domenicali rubbishes talk of an early win for Verstappen

Stefano Domenicali has rubbished Mark Webber's suggestion that Max Verstappen is romping his way to an early title victory. Although the early season results went in Ferrari's favour, once Red Bull had resolved their reliability issues, their package became the one to beat. Verstappen has won five of the last six races, seven in total, to race out to a 46-point over his team-mate Sergio Perez. Charles Leclerc is third, a further three points off the pace. The season is shaping up to be a very different one to last year when Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton fought for the World title through to the very last lap of the championship. Former Red Bull driver Webber reckons Verstappen will have...
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