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From 46 points behind to 46 ahead, Verstappen refuses to tempt ...

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From 46 points behind to 46 ahead, Verstappen refuses to tempt fate

After frustrating season Hamilton takes hope from his return to the podium in Canada

Alan Baldwin

Max Verstappen has gone from being 46 points behind to 46 points ahead this season but, with the Formula One campaign yet to reach the halfway mark, the Red Bull driver refused to tempt fate in Canada on Sunday.

His sixth win from nine races — and Red Bull’s sixth success in a row and seventh in all this season — suggests the 24-year-old Dutch driver is cruising towards his second successive championship.

Verstappen insisted he had won, in his 150th race, despite not being fastest, however...

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