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Horner also went to the stewards: 'Unacceptable that Wolff went there'

Christian Horner stood side-by-side with Toto Wolff at the stewards, but that was not Horner's intention. The team boss still feels it was a bad thing that Wolff went to the stewards, which meant Horner had to go along to balance things out. Horner 'defends' the stewards It was an interesting spectacle over the on-board radios. Where we have been able to listen in on the drivers' radios for years, nowadays conversations between Michael Masi and the teams can also be heard. After the crash of Verstappen, both Red Bull Racing and Mercedes were on the line. Wolff even paid a visit to the stewards. Read more Hill: 'I've never seen Hamilton do anything unsportsmanlike' ''I saw Toto, who was...
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