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Wolff predicts: 'That can lead back to more unsportsmanlike driving'

Toto Wolff is still shocked by the incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton in Brazil. In the fourth corner the Briton tried to overtake from the outside, but ended up outside the track. The race direction didn't think it was Verstappen's fault and a second investigation revealed nothing, which surprised the Mercedes team principal. Wolff stressed in conversation with Motorsport.com that he found it a surprising statement. "What it says, in my opinion, is that you can launch yourself into the corner and take the other car out of the track with you," he states. "And that, of course, can lead back to more unsportsmanlike driving in the future. We don't want any nasty...
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