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Max Verstappen's team-mate calls Lewis Hamilton a ‘d**k'

Last weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix was somewhat reminiscent of the 2021 edition of the race, after Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton once again collided at Interlagos. In 2021, Verstappen forced Hamilton off the circuit on the exit of Turn Four after going into the corner too fast; however, on that particular day the FIA deemed that it was simply a ‘racing incident', meaning no penalty was awarded. Fast forward to last Sunday and the pair were at it again, this time at the opening two corners. Following a Safety Car restart, Verstappen reacted to the resumption of racing much better than Hamilton, who was in second, and opted to go around the outside of Hamilton at the...
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