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Max taken to hospital for checks after 51G impact

Red Bull have confirmed Max Verstappen has been taken to hospital after an enormous impact in his crash with Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone. A force of 51G – around 10 times the peak force of a Formula 1 car's steering capabilities – hit Verstappen after he and Hamilton collided at Copse on the first lap of the British Grand Prix. Verstappen looked shaken and winded after the crash, and Red Bull have since announced the World Championship leader is undergoing further assessments. Who was at fault? 🧐 #BritishGP #F1 — Planet F1 (@Planet_F1) July 18, 2021 Check out all the latest Max Verstappen merchandise via the official Formula 1 store A Red Bull team statement read:...
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