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This is how the British F1 press reacted to the chaotic Italian Grand Prix

The Italian Grand Prix had it all. On any given day, the McLaren one-two finish would've covered the back pages in Britain. But such is the nature of Formula 1 in 2021, we don't see that. Instead, it's a big of the two World Championship contenders cars stacked on top of each other in the gravel. Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen crashed together and took each other out of the race. Here's how the British press reacted to the Italian Grand Prix.  BBC Sport BBC Sport points straight towards the impressive job carried out by the halo. "Red Bull's Verstappen flipped up beside Hamilton as the pair battled for position, the rear of Verstappen's car landing on Hamilton's Mercedes, the halo...
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