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This is how Wolff celebrates Hamilton's overtake on Verstappen

Toto Wolff has made it clear on several occasions that he is not happy with the inconsistency of the FIA and with Lewis Hamilton he took his revenge in the Brazilian GP. Max Verstappen was overtaken by Hamilton using DRS at Interlagos, allowing his British driver to score seven more points than his rival. Wolff was very happy with the overtaking action, judging by this footage. Read more Wolff sees another change on Red Bull's wing: 'Third time in a row' Hamilton pushed the limits: 'The hardest weekend I've had in F1' Video player More videos
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