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Stewards reach verdict over Verstappen parc ferme incident

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Max Verstappen will receive a penalty for a parc ferme incident after qualifying at the Brazilian Grand Prix. It was announced within hours of the session ending that Verstappen - who qualified P2 in Friday's session behind Lewis Hamilton - would be summoned to the stewards for an alleged breach of the FIA International Sporting Code relating to parc ferme conditions. Fan video footage emerged of him looking at and appearing to touch Hamilton's rear wing post-qualifying. As a result, Verstappen and a Red Bull representative were called to see the stewards on Saturday morning. Following this, it was confirmed that Verstappen and Red Bull...
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