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Verstappen can barely hold water in after hearing 'Mercedes'

Three-time world champion Max Verstappen can hardly keep his water in his mouth after hearing Mercedes' name during a video. When the presenter said Verstappen had just finished applying for a job, Verstappen said he had prepared a Powerpoint presentation. The presenter asked if that was by chance to join Mercedes.
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