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Horner calls for a rethink of red-flagged restart rules

Christian Horner says F1 perhaps needs to look at the restart rules after Max Verstappen's flying start at the British GP came to nought when the race was red flagged. Lining up behind the Ferrari of Carlos Sainz on the grid, Verstappen opted to start the grand prix on the soft tyres while Sainz went with the mediums. That gave the Red Bull driver the extra seven metres said to be between the two compounds, the driver up into the lead at Turn 1. However, behind him chaos was unfolding. George Russell hit Zhou Guanyu, flipping the Alfa Romeo upside down and triggering a multi-car crash, while Alex Albon was clipped by Sebastian Vettel, spearing nose first into the concrete wall on the pit...
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