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Wolff predicts crash for Hamilton and Verstappen: 'Like Senna and Prost'

Toto Wolff does not rule out Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen crashing into each other again. Indeed, when it comes to the title, the Austrian thinks both are capable of crashing deliberately. Hamilton versus Verstappen After the Italian Grand Prix, the Mercedes camp was already pointing their finger at Verstappen. According to the Germans, Verstappen crashed with Hamilton in Monza because it was his last resort. Although Wolff later admitted he didn't mean it that way, a new interview shows that this was the case. In fact, he now even says that Lewis would do the same. Read more Norris: ''I believe I could give Max a run for his money'' ''If it was to come to the scenario of the last...
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