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Verstappen expects no problems in Singapore like in Monaco

Max Verstappen is not worried about having to deal with an RB18 that does not turn in tight enough in Singapore. Earlier this season, much to his frustration, the Dutchman already had problems with that in Monaco and Baku. For the race at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, that problem will not occur, he expects. Article continues under ad Verstappen initially found the RB18 too slow in the corners. Since then, the car has been developed to be strong at the front and a bit less stable at the rear, and that is exactly to Verstappen's liking. Whether the 24-year-old therefore sees the upcoming weekend as a test to gauge progression? "Well, at the beginning of this year the car was mostly...
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