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  • Max for 3rd title! - to see more Toto apoplexy.
Seems Brembo jumped the gun in heaping all responsibility onto Red Bull (Max's brake issue Melbourne) and Ferrari (Charles brake issue Bahrain), see link to GPBlog.com below.

Whilst not really accepting any responsibility Brembo have moved  from certainty to - "'probably' that the problem arose from an incorrect adjustment or choice by the team"

Well Brembo which is it - and how soon will it be fixed?

https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/266945/update-brake-supplier-know-reason-for-verstappen-s-dnf-red-bull-error.html?campname=highlighted-content&camplink=onderaan


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