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Hamilton blames Verstappen: "He knew what was going to happen"

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen collided again. The two rivals for the 2021 World Championship touched after the pit stops in the Italian Grand Prix. Verstappen ended up on top of Hamilton, and the two were forced to retire.  In his interview with Sky Sports, Hamilton reported that he was feeling okay, but felt the crash. "I'm a little bit stiff, and sore on my neck because it landed on my neck but I'll be okay," Hamilton said after the Grand Prix had finished.  "Just from what I remember, I was racing as hard as I could, just got past Lando and got into the lead. Pitted. I came out, saw Daniel go past, made sure I left a car's width. Went into turn one ahead, and ahead...
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