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Stefano Domenicali warns of zero tolerance following Max Verstappen fans abusing Lewis Hamilton supporters

Formula 1 CEO, Stefano Domenicali, has affirmed that there is “no room” for people who behave inappropriately at races, and urges fans to report anything untoward. Since the tense title fight between Max Verstappen and Sir Lewis Hamilton last season, there has been a lot of vitriol on social media towards both drivers from their respective fanbases. This has included personal attacks on other fans, as well as online hate aimed at the drivers, journalists and team members. At the British Grand Prix, Verstappen was faced with boos from sections of the grandstands, a year after there had been cheers following his crash on the opening lap of the race, while Hamilton received similar...
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