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Horner suggests Hamilton was ‘messing around for DRS'

Red Bull boss Christian Horner felt Lewis Hamilton was trying to get DRS when he collided with Max Verstappen in Saudi Arabia. As Verstappen slowed down on the straight to allow title rival Hamilton into the lead, at the request of the FIA, Hamilton too would slow, seemingly confused, and drive into the back of Verstappen. Hamilton suffered front wing damage, initially accusing Verstappen of brake testing him, though Horner was confused as to why the Briton had slowed rather than pass his driver. To Horner's mind, it was perhaps because Hamilton wanted DRS down the straight to defend the lead which he would inherit. 'The incident where Lewis has driven up the back of Max, they will go and...
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