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Hamilton says rules still 'aren't clear', but Masi disagrees

Lewis Hamilton says last weekend's drivers' meeting in Qatar with FIA race director Michael Masi failed to clarify certain rules of engagement between drivers, but the Aussie denied the Mercedes driver's claim. In the aftermath of the controversial scrap that took place in Brazil between Hamilton and Max Verstappen, when the Red Bull driver defended his position on the inside of Interlagos' Turn 4 by running his rival wide, drivers were left with questions over the move which ultimately went unpunished by the stewards. Many believed the decision to give Verstappen's defensive maneuver a free pass represented a precedent that would encourage drivers facing a similar situation in the future...
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