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    Red Bull driver and championship leader Max Verstappen has let the expletives fly when responding to questions relating to his incident with rival Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone

    Red Bull driver and championship leader Max Verstappen has let the expletives fly when responding to questions relating to his incident with rival Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone


    A little under two weeks ago the pair were involved in a high-speed coming together where a passing manoeuvre by Hamilton saw Verstappen spear off the road and crash out on the first lap.

    Verstappen was asked what if a similar thing happened again at Hungary this weekend.



    Verstappen's qualified third fastest for tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix with Hamilton taking pole.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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