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Sainz: Gravel would have averted Interlagos incident

Carlos Sainz says gravel was the answer to avoiding the controversial Turn 4 action between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at Interlagos. As Hamilton closed in on his title rival Verstappen in his bid to take the lead of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, the World Champion thought he had picked his perfect moment with a DRS-assisted manoeuvre into Turn 4. But while Hamilton was ahead of Verstappen at the entry, the Dutchman went late on the brakes, forcing himself and Hamilton off-track to retain the position. Despite a seemingly obvious case of forcing another driver off the track, the stewards did not investigate – although Hamilton did eventually make the pass on the straight down to...
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