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Brown: Abu Dhabi controversy not proof 'sport is corrupt'

McLaren boss Zak Brown has dismissed accusations in the wake of last month's controversial Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that F1 is "corrupt". The decisions that marked F1's 2021 title decider at Yas Marina has sparked a fiery debate, with some suggesting that the one-lap shootout between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen that handed the title to the latter was purposefully manufactured by race director Michael Masi to offer fans a gripping finale. While there was certainly a will on the part of Masi to prevent the race and the championship from being sealed by a anti-climatic safety car period, Brown doesn’t believe there was any intentional foul play involved. "I don't think this...
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