- Lewis Hamilton suggests that Red Bull's drop in pace may be due to them focusing on next year's car
- McLaren and Ferrari have shown significant improvement in their performance
- Carlos Sainz claims his first victory of the season for Ferrari
Lewis Hamilton suspects that Red Bull’s recent slump in performance in the Singapore Grand Prix may be due to their focus on developing next year’s car. Max Verstappen’s 10-race winning streak came to an end with a fifth-place finish, while Sergio Perez finished in eighth. Hamilton believes that other teams like McLaren and Ferrari have made significant improvements in pace, and suggests that Red Bull’s reduced development efforts on their current car may be the reason for their drop in performance. Carlos Sainz and Ferrari capitalized on Red Bull’s struggles to secure a historic victory.
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