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Verstappen: Alonso would have won more titles in others' cars

Max Verstappen is set to become a two-time F1 world champion, like Fernando Alonso, but the Red Bull driver believes the Spaniard would have more titles to his name today had he been lucky to drive winning cars in the recent past. Verstappen could seal his second consecutive world championship this weekend in Singapore if he wins on Sunday and outscores Charles Leclerc by 22 points. It's therefore no longer a question of when but rather where the Dutchman will enjoy his second coronation in F1. Speaking on Thursday at Marina Bay, Alonso reckoned Verstappen is already among the sport's all-time greats, but the Alpine driver hopes the future two-time champ will have better luck than him in...
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