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Verstappen defends Interlagos Turn 4 incident

Ahead of the right of review hearing, Max Verstappen has defended the incident at Turn 4 last weekend insisting that it was a 'great battle'. As Mercedes prepared to meet with the FIA and provide the relevant new evidence that might cause a right of review of the controversial incident, Max Verstappen was taking part in a rare track walk as F1 ventures into unknown territory. Speaking at the press conference, he was asked about last week's incident which could see him demoted to third in the results or handed a grid penalty this weekend. 'No, not really surprised by that,' he said of Mercedes' call for the incident to be officially reviewed after new footage of the incident had become...
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