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Hamilton and Verstappen out after Italian GP collision

Formula 1 title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have both retired from the Italian Grand Prix after colliding at Monza. The incident came shortly after Hamilton emerged from his pit stop. Verstappen shadowed race leader Daniel Ricciardo during the first stint but suffered a delay at his pit stop and emerged down the order. […]
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