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Masi chose ‘let them race’ over Verstappen warning

FIA race director Michael Masi came close to issuing Max Verstappen with a warning for his defensive move against Lewis Hamilton in the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, but opted to stick with the philosophy of letting the drivers race. Verstappen tried to outbrake Hamilton into Turn 4 as the Mercedes driver looked set to take the lead after using DRS on the outside of the Red Bull. While Hamilton appeared able to make the corner Verstappen ran wide, forcing them both off the circuit. Masi noted the incident but decided no investigation was necessary, and says it was a consistent approach with what the drivers have asked for. “I disagree that it is inconsistent,” Masi said. “If you look at it,...
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