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Red Bull will not appeal against Verstappen's two penalties

Max Verstappen had to deal with two penalties in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. In total, the 24-year-old Dutchman had fifteen seconds added to his race time for the incidents. Red Bull Racing has decided not to appeal the stewards' decision, however, although they will undoubtedly disagree. This is according to The Telegraph on Monday. On the circuit of Jeddah, he first got a five-second penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage. After the race, it was announced that Verstappen is also considered guilty for the braking incident with Lewis Hamilton. He was given another ten seconds for that. Read more FIA to negotiate with Red Bull: 'Wouldn't call it a deal' Red Bull is not...
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