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Magnussen changes his view on Hamilton incident

Article To news overview © XPB Kevin Magnussen admits that he has changed his view on his first-lap collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Spanish Grand Prix, which caused a puncture on both cars and dropped both drivers to the back of the pack. The pair had been running near the front as Magnussen attempted to go side-by-side with Hamilton on the outside of Turn 4’s fast right-hander. Immediately after the incident, an angry Magnussen vented his frustration over team radio saying: "He knew what he was doing there!" Neither driver was penalised, with stewards putting it down as a racing incident. Magnussen changes opinion on incident Now that Magnussen has been able to have a...
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