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Albon: 'Verstappen should have closed the gap completely for Hamilton'

The crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton has had a big impact on the F1 paddock. Two camps clearly emerged and Mercedes and Red Bull Racing have been diametrically opposed ever since. In Formula 1 's Post-Race show, former teammate of Verstappen, Alexander Albon, looks back on the crash. "This has been brewing since the first race of the championship. It always seems like Lewis had a good jump on Max. The Mercedes seems to be good on the straights," Albon begins as he watches the replay of the start. Heading towards Copse Corner, the Thai notices Verstappen not closing the door completely, allowing Hamilton to pass. Read more 'If Verstappen doesn't do anything about...
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