Knife-edge F1 battle risks Red Bull/Mercedes development war

The two teams have taken a victory apiece so far this year, with Lewis Hamilton winning the season opener in Bahrain and Max Verstappen triumphing at Imola last weekend.
With very little to choose in performance terms between the two cars, both teams are continuing to push hard to improve their packages as much as possible.
However, with F1 teams knowing they need to commit as much resource …Keep reading

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