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Hakkinen: 'Formula 1 stewards have taken a more open approach'

Mika Hakkinen enjoyed the fight between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc during the British Grand Prix. He believes the stewards were more relaxed about their decisions which produced a better spectacle on the Silverstone circuit.  Several people, including Christian Horner, noted similar observations, but Michael Masi said it was not the case. In his Unibet column, Hakkinen made sure to point out that it was the younger drivers producing the fireworks.  “The young generation created a feat on Silverstone. Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc fought for the third place. Once again it was a tough fight, but this time they also gave each other space and respect to...
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