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Max Verstappen

Verstappen not distracted by stunning Red Bull chance

Could Red Bull go the whole way this year?

Max Verstappen has insisted Red Bull is not thinking about winning every race this year following its strong start to the campaign.

Verstappen has taken 10 wins from 12 so far, while teammate Sergio Perez emerged victorious at the other two events, as the Milton Keynes-based outfit has been largely untouchable.

The dominance of the Red Bull RB19 has led to predictions it could win every race staged this year - an achievement that has never been completed before - but Verstappen says that Red Bull is not focused on the opportunity.

“I don't think we really think about it too much because we just want to look ahead and try to always bring the best possible car to the track,” he told media including RacingNews365.com.

“Everyone is trying to prepare in that way and of course, we want to win here. There is no secret about that.”

Verstappen hints at tricky Zandvoort outing

Verstappen returns to Zandvoort this weekend for the Dutch Grand Prix having won out at the last two editions of his home race.

As he looks to make it three in a row, the Dutchman suggested matters will be more difficult for Red Bull coming back from the summer break.

“[We will] just try to keep on doing the same thing,” he said.

“That would be nice [to win at Zandvoort again] but of course, after a break, you never know how you get back into things... also with the track and the weather that is forecast.

“I think it's always a bit more tricky, but we'll see. We have a quick car but it's about putting everything together to have a really strong weekend.”

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