Verstappen to take penalties in stride if it means more power
Max Verstappen says he is willing to accept penalties this season for replacing engine parts and power units, as long as it helps Red Bull receive increased power. Both the Dutchman and Pierre Gasly are set to be given new engines ahead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix this weekend.
In the Chinese GP Daniil Kvyat of Toro Rosso, who also receive their engines from Honda, had an issue with his unit. The Japanese manufacturer have opted for an early upgrade for both their customers, meaning that they will likely incur a penalty before the end of the season.
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