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F1 rivals unite against racial abuse of Hamilton

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton following Sprint Qualifying in Silverstone Mercedes and Red Bull have united to address the racial abuse levelled at Lewis Hamilton during and following the Formula 1 British Grand Prix. The seven-time world champion was the central figure in a controversial race which saw Max Verstappen eliminated on the opening lap. Hamilton and Verstappen touched at Copse while battling for the lead, the former able to continue though handed a 10-second penalty by the stewards for his part in the clash. Nonetheless, the 36-year-old raced back from fourth to win the grand prix, his eighth success at his home event. Both the crash and result were fiercely debated, both in...
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