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F1 drivers back Verstappen before Thursday hearing

Nov.18 Formula 1's governing body will hear Mercedes' arguments about a ‘right of review' to challenge Max Verstappen's lack of penalty for his turn 4 move in Brazil. A video hearing has been scheduled for Thursday 5pm in Qatar, with the Red Bull driver's newly-surfaced on-board video footage of his controversial defensive move against championship leader Lewis Hamilton as the centrepiece. Red Bull team sources say they are 'surprised' by Mercedes' push, but are otherwise yet to comment. According to Bild newspaper, Dutchman Verstappen – whose championship lead dwindled to 14 points at Interlagos – could receive a grid penalty for Qatar. A retrospective five-second...
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