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Ricciardo confident Verstappen 'would not turn his back' on injured Hamilton

Daniel Ricciardo is confident Max Verstappen would not have walked away from his Italian Grand Prix crash with Lewis Hamilton if he was aware his F1 title rival was injured.
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