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Mercedes requests review of Brazil incident

Mercedes has written to motorsport's governing body, the FIA, to request a review of the incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton on lap 48 of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, which was not investigated by the stewards at the time. Verstappen and Hamilton ended up off the track while fighting for the lead of the race in Turn 4 on lap 48, with the Red Bull driver running wide and leaving Hamilton no option but to bail out of the corner and into the run-off area. Editor's Picks Another Hamilton masterclass keeps title fight alive 2dNate Saunders How the championship picture looks after Brazil 1dNate Saunders 1 Related The incident was noted by race control but based on the evidence...
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