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Former F1 team boss suspects Red Bull team orders in Jeddah

Article To news overview © Red Bull Content Pool Eddie Jordan suspects Red Bull employed team orders towards the end of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The former Formula 1 team boss suspects the team had an agreement in place to ensure that the team could secure the one-two victory. "I'm a bit concerned because under normal circumstances, Max Verstappen would have won Saudi Arabian Grand Prix," he told OLBG.com. "I think there was an agreement to let Sergio Perez win the race if he had pole and led the race the whole time. What would happen to the team if they didn't let Perez win?" The team was heard over the radio at the end of the race requesting that both drivers...
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