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Horner criticises grey area in regulations: 'Track limits were being abused'

The Bahrain Grand Prix was especially exciting in the final stages, when Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen battled for victory. Verstappen, however, was forced to concede victory to Hamilton after partly overtaking outside track limits. Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner feels it is a bad thing that there is a grey area in the regulations. "It was a great race, although losing the race was tough," Horner told the Talking Bull-podcast. "It was an exciting duel, both on track between Max and Lewis and between the strategists from Red Bull and Mercedes. For a while I thought we had it together, but unfortunately it wasn't to be." Read more Marko denies rumours...
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