Verstappen “positively surprised” by pole as Red Bull warns of better race pace

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After Red Bull appeared to be the strongest team by some margin during pre-season testing last week, Verstappen had to persevere with more understeer during Friday practice as a result of Red Bull electing to raise the ride height of its RB19.
That left team-mate Sergio Perez – more comfortable with a lazy front axle – to top FP1 before Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso ran fastest in FP2 and …Keep reading Source

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