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Marko: 'FIA would have given Verstappen a ten second penalty in that case'

A week after the Bahrain Grand Prix Helmut Marko looked back on the position Max Verstappen had to give back to Lewis Hamilton after his overtaking action just outside the track. It was unclear what was allowed and what wasn't and Helmut Marko has a solution for that. According to the Austrian the run-off lanes should be less big. "Oh well, he had also made up a lot of time in the laps before that and Hamilton's tyres were pretty much down. The point is just that: a five-second lead would still not have been a guarantee of victory," Marko told Motorsport-Total.com in a major interview. The Red Bull advisor went on to say that his stable were convinced that the stewards would...
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