Red Bull, Max Verstappen resets Melbourne and aims for redemption

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Objective redemption for Dutch driver

After retiring in the Melbourne GP, Max Verstappen will go in search of redemption already in the next round in Japan, where the goal will be to strengthen his leadership in the drivers’ standings distancing Ferrari, which è was the real dominator of the last GP. To the official channels of the Red Bull team, the three-time world champion è expressed himself without mincing words ahead of the Suzuka race.

"The last race in Melbourne è was unlucky, but these things happen. We got nine consecutive wins, which è a great feat, so we will try to come back even stronger for this weekend. The team è confident for Suzuka, è an iconic circuit and è always fun to drive. The track has many high-speed corners and high degradation, so we will have to make sure we optimize our performance where possible, especially with the rain expected this weekend. I can't wait to get back in the car and be ready to fight for victory this weekend" these are the Dutchman's words.

In addition to Max Verstappen, to the official team channels, è teammate Sergio Perez also spoke: "Australia was not the best time for the team, è it was a pity the penalty we had in addition to the damage in the race, but we have already overcome moments like this in the past. This circuit always offers exciting races. The weather can sometimes really affect things, with rain coming often and at this time of year it seems like it could be the same, so we will have to maximize the moments we have with the car to perfect the set up".

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