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Verstappen: If you just want faster racing, put a robot in the car

Max Verstappen has provided an opinion on the current state of the Formula 1 product and any potential rule changes which could happen in 2021, following the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday which saw Sebastian Vettel stripped of his win due to a five-second penalty given by the stewards. As Vettel and Lewis Hamilton were battling for the win in Montreal, the German’s wheel locked up, sending him off the track. In his attempts to regain his line, he cut across the path of Hamilton, which resulted in the penalty. Article continues under video Ferrari, and Vettel in particular, were furious about the decision, while it has polarised F1 figures and fans alike, with some calling for the rules...
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