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'This was a key moment for the race and championship'

The Italian Grand Prix will mainly be remembered as the race in which Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen drove hard into each other. Martin Brundle discusses in his analysis for Sky Sports how he looks at the incident. The former British racing driver believes that both men did not want to give up at the point of entry. "This was a key moment for the race and championship and both drivers knew that overtaking a similarly paced car was extremely difficult and they both needed to be in front. Max had the advantage of full visibility and a hot lap under his fresh tyres, Lewis was straight out of the pits." Read more Advice for Hamilton and Verstappen: 'It's so much better to accept...
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