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Horner: We're fired up to put right what happened last year

Clearly, the collision between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton on lap one of the 2021 British Grand Prix still hurts the Red Bull camp, with team boss Christian Horner keen to set the wrongs of last year right this weekend at Silverstone. It was one of the nastiest of collisions, between Hamilton and Verstappen which further ignited a feud that was already smoking hot. Thereafter the gloves were off as Red Bull took great exception to the manner in which Mercedes rubbed salt into the wounds. As their title challenger at the time, Verstappen, lay in hospital recovering from the 51G impact while Hamilton went on to win and celebrate with Mercedes. The rest is well-documented history. But...
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