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Masi supports Hamilton's punishment: "He could have gone further to the inside"

Michael Masi had his work cut out for him during the Silverstone race. Two weeks before the race in Austria there were already a lot of penalties handed out, and also the race in England caused a lot of controversy. We heard the teams of Mercedes and Red Bull Racing trying to convince Masi that it was really the other team's fault during the race. Let them race After the crash between Verstappen and Hamilton on the first lap, and the subsequent penalty for Hamilton, discussions about time penalties flared up again. Masi explains his opinion to Autosport.com. "There is a clear point that the first lap is clearly treated in a much lighter way under the let them race principles than the...
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