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Verstappen defends Brazilian clash with Hamilton

Max Verstappen leads Lewis Hamilton in Brazil Formula 1 world championship leader Max Verstappen has defended his actions during last weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver finished second to Lewis Hamilton in that encounter after the pair waged a wheel-to-wheel battle on track. A flashpoint of that battle was a Lap 48 incident which saw both drivers leave the confines of the racing surface at Turn 4 as Hamilton attacked race leader Verstappen. With the inside line, the points leader ran wide, in doing so forcing his Mercedes rival off track. Officials initially noted the incident before announcing they would not investigate it further. However, since then, onboard footage...
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