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Verstappen: Disagreeing with officials is normal

Max Verstappen Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen believes it’s normal to disagree with race officials at times. The Dutchman won the 2021 championship over Lewis Hamilton following an incident which has since triggered an FIA investigation. It was the cherry atop a season which was filled with drama and intrigue, including Verstappen being penalised for brake testing Hamilton at the previous event. That in turn had followed a bizarre weekend in Brazil when both championship contenders felt the wrath of the stewards; Hamilton for an illegal DRS gap, and Verstappen for touching the Englishman’s car in parc ferme. “I was sometimes not agreeing to what happened in the race, but I...
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