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18 Sep 2021 10:01
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Motorsports

    An apoplectic reaction from Red Bull team principal Christian Horner after Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton clipped Max Verstappen on the first lap of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone

    An apoplectic reaction from Red Bull team principal Christian Horner after Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton clipped Max Verstappen on the first lap of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone


    The defending champion forced the current leader off the track while jockeying for position at 290 kilometres per hour.

    Hamilton received a 10-second penalty for making contact, but is unfazed Verstappen went to hospital for precautionary checks.

    Horner says Hamilton needs to examine his behaviour.



    Red Bull still lead the constructors' championship from Mercedes by four points.

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