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Verstappen calls FIA public service 'constructive'

Max Verstappen enjoyed a "constructive" day with Formula E's race stewards in Marrakesh on Saturday as he completed one day of his FIA public service as punishment for his run-in with Esteban Ocon at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Verstappen was handed two days of public service after pushing Ocon multiple times in the FIA garage after November's race at Interlagos, where he had been spun by Ocon when leading the race. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  The FIA confirmed on Friday that Verstappen would be attending the Marrakesh E-Prix to serve one day of his punishment, with the Dutchman joining the appointed stewards throughout Saturday, where he was "closely following their work at...
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