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Brundle: Mistakes were made in Abu Dhabi but no malice was involved

Article To news overview © Michael Potts / RN365 Martin Brundle feels that "mistakes were made" during the final laps of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but that there was no "malice" involved on behalf of Race Control. The closing stages of the race have continued to spark debate and scrutiny, particularly in terms of the decisions made by FIA Race Director Michael Masi and the impact this had on the outcome of the title battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton has maintained radio silence since losing out on the championship at the race, and was heard saying, 'This has been manipulated, man' over team radio on the last lap of the event. Brundle, though,...
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