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Stewards keep Red Bull and Mercedes in suspense: Decision tomorrow

The incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton during the Brazilian Grand Prix was the talk of the week. Mercedes disagreed with the decision not to penalise Verstappen and therefore wanted to use their right to have the matter reviewed. After a long conclave, the stewards have decided that they have not made up their minds yet, so the decision will be made tomorrow. So Red Bull and Mercedes are still kept in suspense until Friday. On Thursday, both sides were due to meet in a video call with Brazil's stewards, but after hours of deliberation, they haven't come to an agreement. More info to follow soon! Video player More videos
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