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Marko sees crash as race incident: "Fight will continue in the same way"

Helmut Marko joins Christian Horner in believing that the crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton was a racing incident. The Red Bull Racing chief believes that the incident does not change anything about the title fight. The stewards penalised Verstappen for the incident, but Marko believes both drivers were at fault. What does this mean for the relationship between the two title rivals? "The fact that they are no longer friends has not changed the result," he said in conversation with Sky Sports. "The title fight will continue in the same way." Read more Verstappen disagrees with penalty: 'I believe it was a racing incident' Hamilton reacts to Verstappen's...
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