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Mercedes requests ‘right of review' over decision not to investigate Verstappen

Mercedes has confirmed it has requested a 'right of review' in relation to the incident involving Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen during Formula 1's Sao Paulo Grand Prix. Verstappen appeared to have forced Hamilton wide as the Briton attacked into Turn 4 on Lap 48. Both drivers left the track as a result and Verstappen […]
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