Lewis Hamilton-Max Verstappen collision: Crimson Bull’s penalty request rejected

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Formulation 1 officers have rejected Crimson Bull’s request for a reassessment of the penalty given to Lewis Hamilton on the British Grand Prix.

Stewards at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix dominated there was no vital extra proof to keep in mind.

The Mercedes driver was adjudged “predominantly guilty” for a first-lap collision with title rival Max Verstappen’s Crimson Bull and given a 10-second penalty.

Verstappen crashed out of the race, whereas Hamilton recovered to take a dramatic victory.

The choice leaves Verstappen with an eight-point lead over Hamilton within the championship heading into this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix, the final earlier than a three-week summer season break for F1.

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