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Mercedes' evidence which shows Hamilton did nothing wrong during Verstappen incident

Article To news overview © Formula 1 Mercedes chief technical director James Allison has revealed the team's case to prove that Lewis Hamilton was not at fault for his collision with Max Verstappen. The championship protagonists collided on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix at the high speed Copse corner. Hamilton was awarded a 10-second time penalty which Allison does not agree with due to their being no obligation to hit the apex which the stewards highlighted as a factor in their decision. AI certainly think that whether Copse is a fast corner or a slow corner makes no difference," Allison explained on Mercedes' race debrief video. "This is about what are the rules to...
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