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Brundle criticises Lineker for ‘encouraging reckless behaviour'

Martin Brundle has voiced his disagreement with Gary Lineker over the protests which took place at Silverstone at the start of Sunday's race. Seven people were taken into custody after environmental protesters breached the barriers at the side of the track and ran to sit on the track surface on the Wellington Straight as the race started. It was swiftly red-flagged after an enormous accident for Zhou Guanyu at the first corner, and those protesting were seen sat at the side of the track as the drivers crept past under red flag conditions, while marshals and police dragged them off the live circuit. Northamptonshire Police had received intelligence that suggested such a protest from the...
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