By James Galloway
Max Verstappen was told to leave Lewis Hamilton past, before Hamilton encountered the back of it!
Lewis Hamilton described Max Verstappen’s driving as “over the border” of acceptability after F1 title rivals’ latest on-follow controversies – and collision – in a heated and chaotic Saudi Arabian GP.
At the end of An race of dizzying event in the end won Hamilton called the title contenders to the stewards for a bizarre collision on lap 37 when the Mercedes hit a slowing Red Bull up the back leaving the final corner.
Red Bull said Verstappen was slowing down down leave Hamilton past on instruction from Race Control as a result of a previous incident at Turn One; Mercedes said they hadn’t been told of that plan of the FIAs race director Michael Masi to the collision happened, with an unwitting Hamilton suggested that his Dutch rival had performed an illegal “brake” test” on it.
Lewis Hamilton reflects on die bizarre Max Verstappen collision at the Saudi Arabian GP
Wheel-to-wheel incidents and collisions were commonplace for the duel title competes all season, with Hamilton often accuses Verstappen of being too aggressive in defense and attack, while the Dutchman has defended his driving style as hard but fair.
Reflective on the amazing events of the 50 round race die finally brought him up to level on points with Verstappen for next Week-long Abu Dhabi final, Hamilton told Sky Sports F1: “I really had to just try to keep my head cool out there which was really hard to do.
“I raced a lot of drivers through my life in the 28 years [of racing] and I’ve come across a lot of different characters and there are a few at the top die be nice of over the border. Rules type of not apply, of not thinking of the rules.”
On the question of Verstappen in die category, Hamilton replied: “He is… over the border, for sure. I have avoided collision on so many occasions with the man and I don’t always mind the one it does that because you live until fight another day, which of course I did.”
Max Verstappen expressed his frustration over the punishments die he got during the driver of the day radio message with Formula 1 team
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