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Latifi points to mirrors after crash: 'I could never have seen Zhou'

Nicholas Latifi continues to claim he could not see Guanyu Zhou in Singapore. The Canadian therefore balks at the race organisers' decision to give it a grid penalty for the Japanese Grand Prix. Article continues under ad Latifi was involved in an incident at the Singapore Grand Prix, not for the first time. The Williams driver had been battling Zhou for laps and it was clear that the Chinese was much faster. The latter was looking for every opportunity to get past, but it ultimately went wrong. Read more Leclerc saw dominant Verstappen in Belgium: 'Hopefully learned from Spa' Grid penalty for Latifi Indeed, when Zhou tried to overtake Latifi on the outside of the corner, Latifi had not...
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