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FIA penalty points will make Verstappen “be more careful”

Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting says Max Verstappen’s penalty points record will make him “take notice” on his future actions after another high-profile on-track incident. The Red Bull driver admitted fault and apologised for clattering into the side of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the closing stages of the Chinese Grand Prix after locking his rear brakes which pushed him into the German driver and spent both of them into a spin. Verstappen was slapped with a 10-second post-race time penalty for his part in the crash which dropped him down to fifth place behind Lewis Hamilton in the final race results, while Vettel also lost out by finishing eighth. FIA race director...
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