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FIA Verdict Gives Drivers Greenlight To ‘Wreck Other Cars Off-Line’ – Wolff

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has warned that the FIA’s decision not to reinvestigate the Turn 4 incident between Max Verstappen and Sir Lewis Hamilton last time out in Brazil will influence the standard of racing in Formula 1 going forward. The Mercedes F1 Team, in addition to many pundits and drivers, felt that Verstappen deliberately forced Hamilton off the track in Brazil to stop the Brit from taking the lead of the 2021 Sao Paulo Grand Prix. However, the stewards opted not to penalise Verstappen and the FIA on Friday rejected Mercedes’ request for a review of the incident. Speaking on Saturday ahead of this weekend’s Qatar Grand Prix, Wolff warned that the verdict...
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