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FIA Stewards: Mercedes new footage not significant

Formula 1 Race Director Micahel Masi and FIA Race Stewards have dismissed Mercedes' review of the incident between Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull's Max Verstappen during last Sunday's Sao Paulo Grand Prix, claiming the new footage presented was insignificant. Much has been written of the Battle of Interlagos between Hamilton and Verstappen, which the former went on to win but not without a robust fight for the lead during an enthralling race. As has happened so often this year, the incident had divided fans and pundits into two camps of opinion. This is what the stewards found: 'Whether this footage is ‘significant' is really a question of whether or not it is likely to change the...
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