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'Separating Verstappen and Hamilton is almost impossible'

The incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at Monza has kept the Formula 1 world busy since Sunday. Not everyone is surprised that the two rivals clash again so soon after Silverstone. The gap between the drivers in the championship is only five points. "Separating the two of them though is almost impossible, with only five points between them in the standings and the order constantly ebbing and flowing.All of that means the stakes are absolutely massive whenever they race each other wheel to wheel in a Grand Prix", former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer writes in his column for F1. Read more F1 releases new camera footage: Hamilton was really very lucky According...
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