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Strongly divided opinions over Verstappen incident: "Only right decision"

We had to wait for a while, but the stewards have decided: the incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton doesn't need further investigation. The opinions about the decision, as well as the decision made during the Brazilian Grand Prix, are strongly divided. Some think it sets a negative precedent for the future, while others think the opposite. According to some, it was the only right decision. Many agree that there can be a discussion about whether or not to penalise the action during the race, but feel that the decision should be taken during the race and not a week later. Read more BREAKING | Verstappen retains P2 in Brazil after Mercedes protest denied Opinions strongly...
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