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Mercedes seek review of Verstappen moves in Brazil

Mercedes have sought a review of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix incident between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen after new evidence emerged that was unavailable at the time, the Formula 1 champions said on Tuesday. Red Bull's championship leader Verstappen appeared to force Mercedes' seven times world champion Hamilton off the track as they jostled for the lead at Interlagos last Sunday. The stewards took note of the lap 48 incident during the race but concluded, on the basis of the evidence they had, that no investigation was necessary. Hamilton eventually passed Verstappen 11 laps later and took the win. '(Mercedes) confirms that we have today requested a Right of Review under Article 14.1.1...
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