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Hill questions if Red Bull suffering from 'fundamental weakness'

Former F1 world champion Damon Hill has questioned whether Red Bull has a "fundamental design weakness" after Max Verstappen was forced out of Saudi Arabian Grand Prix qualifying with a suspected driveshaft issue.
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