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Seidl tells Horner cost damages just 'part of the game'

Red Bull's Christian Horner has been vocal about the financial consequences of the damages sustained by his team lately, but McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says the expenditures are just "part of the game". Horner's concerns were sparked by the hefty $1.8 million repair bill attached to Max Verstappen's RB16B following the Dutchman's high-profile run-in with Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix. But Horner's concern turned into outright annoyance in Hungary where both Red Bull drivers were involved in the Turn 1 mess - sparked by Mercedes Valtteri Bottas - although with a varying degree hindered car. However, both McLaren cars were also injured in the incident,...
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