F1's Verstappen/Leclerc verdict can 'redefine acceptable racing'
Formula 1 had another controversial penalty decision to debate at the Austrian Grand Prix, although this time the stewards decided to take no action, and Max Verstappen's victory stood following his contact with Charles Leclerc to take the lead of the race in dramatic circumstances. Speaking from Austria, Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell explain why the Verstappen move was treated differently to other incidents that have earned drivers penalties recently, and why that could be an important moment in defining what is acceptable racing in F1's future
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|Posted||Jul 2, 2019|