Lewis Hamilton vs. Max Verstappen: The New Chapter Nobody Expected

The issue will be discussed this Thursday through a videoconference.

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Christian horner, team manager Red Bull Racing de F1, had anticipated that they were looking for new evidence to ask the International Automobile Federation a sanction review that the british received Lewis Hamilton (Mercdes) for the touch to its star pilot, the Dutch Max Verstappen, In the Grand Prix of Great Britain.

Max VerstappenThe words of the team-manager now came true as the FIA ​​will attend the representatives of the Austrian team on Thursday in the preview of the Hungarian Grand Prix, which will be played this weekend.

The governing body confirmed that, through a videoconference, a representative appointed by the Milton Keynes team and another by Mercedes will appear separately. In said meeting team managers may also speak and several witnesses up to a maximum of three for each party.

The teams have time until this Wednesday afternoon to inform the secretariat of the stewards who will attend the videoconference.

Hamilton and Verstappen touched during the first lap of the British GP, which was held at Silverstone. The authorities found the multiple champion guilty and applied a 10 second penalty, which after complying did not prevent him from achieving victory.

Red Bull considered the penalty light for the incident that left tournament leader Verstappen out of the race and his car totally destroyed.

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