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Max Verstappen violates ‘hidden agreement'

Max Verstappen is believed to have breached a 'hidden agreement' following last weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as he failed to pay for the post-season drivers meal. According to 2016 World Champion Nico Rosberg, it's the winner of the title who covers the bill; however, Verstappen was nowhere to be seen. “The hidden agreement usually is that the world champion pays,' Rosberg revealed on social media in 2016. In fact, of the 20 drivers on the grid, only 13 were present at the meal, according to photos of the gathering at the Hakkasan restaurant. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies At the long table, Lewis Hamilton sat next to Charles Leclerc on the right-hand...
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