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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, 1st position, on the podium with his FIA winners medal
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How F1's mad tea-party driver market could look if Verstappen moves to Mercedes

OPINION: Formula 1's driver transfer market has been blown into hyperspace with the suggestion that Max Verstappen could jump ship from Red Bull to join Mercedes if the current power struggle continues to intensify. It's all hypothetical for the moment, but let's take a stroll into that world where Verstappen does indeed replace Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes

Jos Verstappen was seen talking to Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff in Bahrain

Jos Verstappen was seen talking to Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff in Bahrain

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Would Verstappen gamble the prospect of a disappointing year at Mercedes in 2025 for an upswing when new regulations come for 2026?

Would Verstappen gamble the prospect of a disappointing year at Mercedes in 2025 for an upswing when new regulations come for 2026?

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