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Ex-F1 driver reckons Liberty Media happy with Abu Dhabi GP controversy

Formula 1 should be careful to avoid becoming more of an entertainment show than a sport after the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix controversy, former Ferrari and McLaren F1 driver Stefan Johansson has warned. Sir Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen headed into the final round of the F1 season level on points after an incredible season of racing, and the Brit looked set to stroll to victory having passed and opened up a tremendous gap on Verstappen. However, a late crash for Williams’ Nicholas Latifi brought out the Safety Car, and while Red Bull pitted Verstappen, Mercedes opted not to pit Hamilton in fear of losing track position were the race not to have time to resume. Race director Michael...
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