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‘Suspension for subsequent race could be acceptable punishment for Hamilton’

2021-07-28 13:10:11

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It’s now recognized that Purple Bull’s crew is contesting the penalty given to Lewis Hamilto for touching and disabling Max Verstappen on the Silverstone Grand Prix.


Marko has given some extra data to RTL Marko some extra data on why data is offered for a evaluate of Hamilton’s punishment.

“We’re bringing ahead new information/proof that weren’t out there to us on the time of the suspension of the race, or when the entire thing was settled, partly as a result of we have been targeted on what’s going on with Max and the way he was doing.” This, in accordance with Marko, is the place Mercedes and Purple Bull will focus on on Thursday through the evaluate.

“These information will probably be put ahead on the assembly on Thursday and we hope it can result in a reassessment of the penalty. We’ve got photographs, however an important factor is that we’ll give you new proof, however you need to perceive that I can’t disclose the precise particulars.”

What’s an acceptable punishment in accordance with Marko?

As a result of that query was logically requested of him. The reply to that was clear. “Acceptable is a penalty that may have prevented a win. A suspension for the following race. One thing alongside these strains.”
Tomorrow Purple Bull will inform its aspect of the story and present why Hamilton deserves an even bigger punishment than he has at present acquired. After that, the weekend in Hungary is already upon us, the place Purple Bull and Verstappen will probably be seeking to take sporting revenge.

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