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McLaren's Seidl: 'Always keep respect for F1 and the FIA'

McLaren F1 boss Andreas Seidl was unimpressed with Red Bull's Christian Horner lashing out at the FIA in Qatar, and insists competitors up and down the grid should always "keep respect" for F1, its governing body and those trackside who look after the sport's safety. Horner got a rap on the knuckles and handed an official warning by the FIA for suggesting that "a rogue marshal" who had deployed a set of yellow flags ignored by Max Verstappen in qualifying was responsible for the Red Bull driver's subsequent grid penalty. Horner eventually apologized for the disparaging comment, saying it was made in the pressured environment of Red Bull's current all-out title battle...
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