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Verstappen completes second day of FIA public service in Geneva

Max Verstappen undertook the second of his two-day public service duties with the FIA on Saturday, attending an International Stewards Programme in Geneva. The Red Bull driver's presence in Switzerland was a result of an FIA penalty handed to the Dutchman for his post-race conduct at the Brazilian Grand Prix last November, when Verstappen lashed out at Esteban Ocon in Parc Fermé after the two had clashed during the race. Verstappen was subsequently sanctioned with two days of public service, the first of which he assumed earlier this year at the Marrakesh ePrix where he spent a day as an observer with the event's stewards. Liuzzi impressed by Verstappen's public service attitude In...
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