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Lewis vs Max: Monza tactical foul or racing incident?

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff described the crash between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen during the 2021 Italian Grand Prix as a 'tactical foul', while Red Bull boss Christian Horner says it was a 'racing incident.' Hamilton versus Verstappen got nasty at Silverstone in July when the pair collided. On Sunday at Monza, it got nastier and might have even occurred earlier in the race when Hamilton attempted a move on his rival into the second Variante on the first lap. The Mercedes had a stab at the Red Bull on the outside of the entry into the tight complex, aka no man's land, the black car forced to go over the nasty off-track bumps before rejoining. It was a clumsy move with shades of Imola...
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