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Drivers unclear on 'rules of engagement'

The decision not to review the Lap 48 incident in Sao Paulo has left drivers confused as to what is allowed and what isn't. Ever since the infamous incident on the 48th lap of last week's Brazilian Grand Prix everyone has an opinion... and is only too keen to share it. Fans took to social media while former drivers, TV pundits and the rest also shared their thoughts. On Friday, once the FIA had rejected Mercedes request of a right of review, the drivers that comprise this weekend's grid discussed the issue as part of their customary driver briefing. Despite a longer briefing than usual, they came away as confused as ever. Asked what counts as hard and fair racing, and what, on the other...
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