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Steiner: Magnussen defensive driving not 'exaggerated'

Haas boss Guenther Steiner saw nothing wrong with Kevin Magnussen's defensive moves in the Hungarian Grand Prix, where the Dane intensively held his own for 25 laps against Daniel Ricciardo. Magnussen used all the tricks in the book, and then some, to keep the Renault driver at bay, frequently moving under braking to squash the Aussie's overtaking assaults. However, the Haas driver's antics earned him a warning from the stewards during the race. But Steiner insisted that was the full extent of the issue. Ricciardo 'not impressed' with Magnussen braking tactics "Race control said he has to stop to move under braking, and that was it," explained the Haas team principal. "And...
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