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Tsunoda apologises for collision with team-mate Gasly

Yuki Tsunoda accepts responsibility for his crash with AlphaTauri team-mate Pierre Gasly during the British Grand Prix. The AlphaTauri duo put on a display of synchronised spinning at Village, Tsunoda losing control of his AT03 and spinning Gasly in the process. Tsunoda picked up a five-second time penalty for his troubles. From there Tsunoda was unable to recover due to the damage he picked up, crossing the line P14 as the last of the classified runners, while Gasly was forced to retire from the race due to rear wing damage sustained in the crash. Speaking to reporters, Tsunoda said: “I think I could’ve waited for another opportunity to pass him. My speed was good going into the...
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