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"Even without the crash Ricciardo would have won".

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen found themselves on top of each other in the gravel halfway through the race at Monza. According to Mathias Lauda, son of Niki Lauda, it was clearly the fault of Max. Only Lauda emphasizes that Verstappen hadn't planned it that way. Verstappen clearly at fault In the programme Sports and Talk from Hangar 7 of ServusTV, F1-expert Lauda is present. The Austrian expert and racing driver thinks it is clear who was to blame for the crash between Verstappen and Hamilton. "For me it is clear. The fault lies with Max. It had to be clear to him; Lewis didn't leave him any room there. Max was also behind Lewis in doing so." Read more Advice for Hamilton...
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