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FIA expects Max Verstappen to be more cautious in future

FIA race director Charlie Whiting says he expects Max Verstappen to take a more cautious approach to overtaking in future races, although the Dutchman himself said he wouldn't change his approach when interviewed immediately after the Chinese Grand Prix. Verstappen has been involved in two incidents in the opening three races, both of which have impacted his and others races. In Bahrain he collided with Lewis Hamilton when trying to overtake at Turn 1, ultimately damaging his car which forced him to retire from the race. The stewards pinned the blame on the Red Bull driver. At the weekend during the Chinese GP, Verstappen collided with Sebastian Vettel whilst trying to pass for second....
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