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Red Bull driver Max Verstappen had to swerve to avoid a lizard on the track in practice at the Singapore Grand Prix, in a second incident with reptiles on track since 2016. The 25-year-old was exiting corner eight in Singapore when he spotted the lizard on the side of the track, causing him to evade it narrowly. Back in 2016 Verstappen also came across a monitor lizard in FP3 at Singapore, as these creatures are commonly found in the country. A Red Bull engineer, who watched on as Verstappen was forced to drove around the creature, asked him whether he had come “face to face with Godzilla”. There’s a lizard again on the track, a smaller one this time.’.

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