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WATCH: Go behind the scenes of Red Bull's incredible repair job on Verstappen's car on the grid in Hungary

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It was undoubtedly one of the most tense moments of a dramatic 2020 Formula 1 season: Max Verstappen crashed on his way to the grid ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix. With just minutes to go until the start of the race, could Red Bull get his car fixed in time?

The cameras watched on as the mechanics went to work, using all their experience to try to mend and replace the broken suspension parts and front end of Verstappen's RB16 as the clock ticked down to that immovable deadline of the formation lap.

ANALYSIS: Why Red Bull’s grid slot repair job in Hungary was even more impressive than it looked

And in this exclusive new Inside Story video from F1 TV – the first in a new series designed to take you into the heart of the biggest stories in the sport – you can follow how the drama played out, complete with never-before-heard radio communications from the team personnel, including Verstappen himself, Team Principal Christian Horner, and Sporting Director Jonathan Wheatley, who was coordinating the repair job from the pit wall.

Hit play in the video above to watch how the team pulled it off, and head over to F1 Tv to subscribe for more great content.

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