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Verstappen completes 'public service' punishment

In attending the FIA International Stewards Programme, Max Verstappen has completed the public service punishment meted out to him in Brazil. The youngster was ordered to perform two days of public service, within six months, after stewards at Interlagos deemed he had started an altercation, pushing or hitting Esteban Ocon forcefully several times in the chest, in the aftermath of their collision during the Brazilian Grand Prix. Having previously spent a day as an observer with the stewards at the Marrakesh E-Prix in January, yesterday Verstappen joined the FIA International Stewards Programme in Geneva. It's understood he took part in a number of interactive case study sessions, which...
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