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Max Verstappen completes second day of 'public service'

Formula 1's Max Verstappen has completed the second day of his public service punishment at an FIA International Stewards Programme in Geneva, Switzerland. Verstappen was handed a two-day public service punishment for his role in the post-race debacle at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix where he got into a physical confrontation with former Force India driver, Esteban Ocon. Both drivers had clashed in Turn 2 after Ocon had tried to un-lap himself against the Dutchman who had been leading the race at the time. After Verstappen was pitched round, it left Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton free to take the victory. As part of his second day with the FIA, Verstappen took part in interactive case...
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