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Stewart: Abu Dhabi climax ‘not Hollywood…this was pure’

Three-time former World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart does not agree that the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was more like a movie than sport. Title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen went into the season's finale tied on points, creating a fitting final shootout after a classic Formula 1 season. Hamilton controlled much of the race, seemingly on his way to a record eighth title, but that all changed in a flash. After Nicholas Latifi had crashed out late in the race, the Safety Car was deployed but controversy ruled when race director Michael Masi withdrew it for one final lap of racing after letting only the lapped cars between Verstappen in P2 and leader Hamilton on the road...
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