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Wolff on the crash: "I would say it was a tactical foul" from Verstappen

For the second time this season, the two World Championship rivals collided on track. This time, in the Italian Grand Prix, both drivers were forced to retire from the race. Toto Wolff, Mercedes boss, reviews the incident which he feels is a tactical foul.  "The stewards will decide who is to blame. But I would say it was a tactical foul, he probably knew that if Lewis stays ahead that's the race win. Doesn't look like he's alongside and he goes along the sausage kerbs in the middle," Wolff said in an interview with Sky Sports.  First lap drama  On the first lap, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton touched wheels. Hamilton went off the track, and left Verstappen to race ahead....
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