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Wolff's Silverstone conduct ‘unacceptable,' says Horner

Christian Horner feels Toto Wolff's 'lobbying' of the stewards at the British Grand Prix was 'unacceptable.' Both on and off the track, Red Bull and Mercedes have clashed throughout the 2021 campaign and that was the case more than ever at Silverstone. Max Verstappen crashed out at the start after coming together with Lewis Hamilton, and both team principals quickly made their feelings clear to the FIA. Horner told Michael Masi that Hamilton had been dangerous and clearly deserved a penalty, while Wolff argued it was a racing incident, even emailing the Australian diagrams that apparently proved that to be the case. The Austrian was apparently talking to the stewards too, trying to change...
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