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Steiner felt K-Mag black-and-orange flag was FIA ‘mistake'

Guenther Steiner says it was a 'mistake' for the FIA to show Kevin Magnussen the black-and-orange flag in Hungary as his front wing was 'clearly safe'. Lining up P13 for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Magnussen made a great start and was already in a points-paying position at the end of the first lap. However, he was also running with a broken front wing endplate that was listing to the side. While Haas initially kept the driver out, the FIA deemed the broken front wing to be a danger and showed him the black-and-orange flag which meant he had to pit for repairs. Steiner says that was a mistake. Lap 6/20: It’s a repeat of Canada as Kevin is shown a black and orange flag for minimal front wing...
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