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Management decides in favor of Max Verstappen; hold second place »FirstSportz

Christian Horner and Max Verstappen
Christian Horner and Max Verstappen

As Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton drove off the track in Sao Paolo, it was the highlight of the Brazilian Grand Prix as the defending champion returned to the Drivers Rankings. Entering the final lap of the triple-header hit, Hamilton and Mercedes were keen to revisit the special case because they thought the penalty had to be imposed at all costs.

The managers see no reason to reopen the case, which means a penalty for the Dutchman is certainly up for grabs. The Managers stand by their decision on the Max Verstappen incident and Lewis Hamilton.

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Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen

After the race, the director Michael Masi announced that the built-in footage of By Verstappen vehicle was not considered when making the decision. Mercedes sees this as an opportunity to reopen the case and meet the managers before the Qatar Grand Prix.

The German team received no reply from the managers. They made the original decision with a ‘let them race’ approach and the onboard images haven’t changed that. So Verstappen kept second place and didn’t have to give it up to Finn Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas.

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