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Former Mercedes chief backs Verstappen: 'Quite happy that he won last year'

Former Mercedes executive Paddy Lowe admits he was "quite happy" to see Max Verstappen win the championship in 2021, despite the debate that erupted over it. For that reason, Lowe is all the happier that Verstappen added a second world title without any doubt. Article continues under ad Lowe, who served as executive director at Mercedes from 2013 to 2016, is happy that Verstappen won the title this year without controversy. At the same time, he does not necessarily side with his old employer when it comes to the outcome of the championship in 2021. Read more Horner: 'Ricciardo had success at Red Bull, but then he did something stupid' Former Mercedes chief sides with Verstappen...
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