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Max Verstappen Aiming To ‘Destroy’ Sergio Perez At Red Bull

Last month, Red Bull announced that Sergio Perez will be replacing Alex Albon as Max Verstappen’s team-mate in 2021, with the Thai driver being demoted to the team’s reserve and test driver. READ: ‘I Want To Be Quick Anyway’: Carlos Sainz Looking To Be Immediately Fast At Ferrari Verstappen has since said he hopes that

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Red Bull Claim Daniel Ricciardo Was Struggling To Keep Up With Max Verstappen

Helmut Marko, head of Red Bull’s driver development programme and a senior team advisor, has said that he believes Daniel Ricciardo was increasingly struggling to keep up Max Verstappen and suggested that’s why he decided to leave the team two years ago. He made the remarks when speaking about Red Bull’s decision to drop Alex

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Marko Reveals How He Expects Sergio Perez To Perform Against Verstappen

The last three second drivers at Red Bull – namely Daniil Kvyat, Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon – failed to match Max Verstappen in equal machinery, but, given how Sergio Perez performed last season, it is expected that the Mexican should be at least able to serve as a reliable rear-gunner for the Dutch ace.

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Marko Admits Lewis Hamilton Did A Better Job Than Max Verstappen In 2020

German publication recently ranked all F1 drivers who competed in the 2020 season, with Lewis Hamilton coming first, ahead of Max Verstappen, Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez. In an interview with the media outlet, Dr Helmut Marko, head of Red Bull’s driver programme, agreed that Lewis Hamilton was the best driver of 2020. READ:

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Ex-F1 Racer Insists Verstappen In A Mercedes Would Beat Hamilton In A Red Bull

George Russell’s ability to match and even outperform Valtteri Bottas in equal machinery in the Sakhir Grand Prix unquestionably increased the young Brit’s stock in the F1 paddock, but it also raised questions about how Lewis Hamilton would fare against a stronger team-mate. According to ex-F1 driver Jan Lammers, Dutch ace Max Verstappen would “easily”

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