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Why Leclerc didn’t overtake Verstappen at Imola restart

Article To news overview The Emilia Romagna Grand Prix had several moments of drama with drivers sliding off the wet track at unfortunate times, with both Max Verstappen and Haas’ Mick Schumacher going off as they attempted to warm up their tyres before race restarts.In Schumacher’s case, his spin put him into the wall just outside the pit lane entrance and forced the rookie to go around the track several times without a front wing as the incident blocked the pits.Verstappen’s incident could have had a larger impact on the race, as the Red Bull driver slid off at the first Rivazza corner just before he was about to lead the pack back into racing after the red flag restart following...
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