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BREAKING | Verstappen retains second place in Brazil after Mercedes protest

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. The stewards saw no reason to reopen the case, which means that a penalty for the Dutchman is definitely off the table. Stewards stand by their decision on incident Verstappen and Hamilton After the race, race director Michael Masi announced that the onboard footage of Verstappen's car had not been considered when making the decision. Mercedes took this as an opportunity to reopen the case and met with the stewards on Thursday afternoon. Red Bull...
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