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Verstappen Stays at Red Bull Till 2020

The Red Bull Formula One Team confirmed on Friday just before the first Free Practice session for the United States Grand Prix that Max Verstappen has agreed to extend his contract at the team till 2020. Verstappen, who took his first victory in F1 with the Red Bull team in 2016, was on the radar of Mercedes and quite possibly Ferrari since he was out of contract at the end of 2019. It was also seen that Verstappen would hold the key to the 2019 driver market. Since he has been taken out of the equation...

Read 4 months ago, F1 Madness, Red Bull Racing

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