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F1 Race Director Michael Masi: 'When they judge an incident they judge the incident itself'

F1 Race Director Michael Masi has come forward to explain that it is the incident itself that gets judged, not the consequences of it, following Hamilton's ten-second time penalty for colliding with Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.
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