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Kvyat disagreed with penalty and blame for Lap 1 collision

Chinese Grand Prix – Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat was given a drive through penalty for his part in the first lap collision between himself and the two McLarens. The Russian driver made heavy contact with both McLaren drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris on the opening lap of the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai. Racing out of Turn 4, Kvyat was attempting to outdrag Sainz when he suffered a little bit of rear wobble from putting down the power. While minor in itself, the woblle put him closer to Sainz's car who himself was about to be squeezed by Norris, who was resuming the racing line after running a little wide through the corner. While Sainz saw the pincer movement coming and braked...
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