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Hill: McLaren would still have won without Hamilton/Verstappen crash

Article To news overview © McLaren Damon Hill believes that McLaren would most likely still have claimed a 1-2 result at the Italian Grand Prix even if the incident between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen had not happened. Daniel Ricciardo, who started from the front row alongside pole-sitter Verstappen, got a good launch to pass the Red Bull driver and lead the early stages of the race. After a slow pit-stop, Verstappen went wheel-to-wheel with Hamilton in the first chicane. With neither driver seeming willing to relent going into the first chicane, the title rivals collided, putting them both out of the Grand Prix. This perhaps lessened the pressure on Ricciardo and teammate Lando...
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