Today at 4 pm the reminder presented by Red Bull regarding the ten-second penalty inflicted on Lewis Hamilton during the British Grand Prix following the incident with Max Verstappen at the Copse during the first lap will be examined. The Milton Keynes stable would like to exercise the right of review because she is convinced that she has substantial elements in hand that prove the guilt of Lewis Hamilton, who was judged by the commissioners “Mostly guilty” and for this sanctioned with a ten-second penalty.
Fault of whom
Many riders judging the episode called it a race accident, an opinion that is also in agreement Alex Wurz, former Austrian driver now number of the GPDA, the Grand Prix Driver Association, or the association that represents the drivers. “In my opinion it was a race accident between two riders who were fighting hard”, the words of Wurz to the microphones of the broadcaster Sky Sports Uk.
Verstappen vitriolic: “Hamilton disrespectful and unsportsmanlike, I was in hospital”
Lewis Hamilton called for more respect from Verstappen, while the Dutchman via social media called the rival unsportsmanlike and disrespectful as he celebrated the victory despite being in hospital after the accident. According to Wurz the respect between the two is “huge”: “They really have tremendous mutual respect as we are seeing the fight between some of the best drivers in motoring history. I guarantee you that each driver respects the other, especially in the case of talented drivers like Max and Lewis ”.