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Stewards seem to contradict themselves in their verdict for Verstappen

At Red Bull Racing they were convinced they could prove with data that Max Verstappen would not receive a penalty for the braking incident with Lewis Hamilton in Saudi Arabia, but late Sunday night the stewards decided otherwise. Here's why Verstappen is deemed guilty after all. The stewards say they have reviewed footage and telemetry data and that based on that, it can be judged that Verstappen was clearly the one at fault. Read more Verstappen takes umbrage at inconsistency in race director: 'Interesting' "At turn 21 the driver of car 33 was given the instruction to give back a position to car 44 and was told by the team to do so “strategically”. Car 33 slowed significantly at...
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