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Hamilton stripped of Brazil podium after Albon crash

Lewis Hamilton was stripped of his podium finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix after picking up a penalty for causing a collision with Alexander Albon. Having surprisingly pitted under the safety car with a handful of laps to go after Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc crashed, Hamilton emerged behind Pierre Gasly and Albon in P2, with Max Verstappen left to complete a dominant win out front. Article continues under video While Gasly was dispatched at Turn 1, Albon's Red Bull was naturally a trickier proposition and Hamilton's half-hearted lunge up the inside put the Thai driver into a spin, robbing him of a maiden podium. Gasly came through to take his first F1 podium, holding...
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