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Hamilton "saved" by halo in dramatic Verstappen crash as McLaren return to the top - GPFans F1 Recap

Hamilton "saved" by halo in dramatic Verstappen crash as McLaren return to the top - GPFans F1 Recap

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Hamilton "saved" by halo in dramatic Verstappen crash as McLaren return to the top - GPFans F1 Recap

Hamilton "saved" by halo in dramatic Verstappen crash as McLaren return to the top - GPFans F1 Recap
GPFans Staff

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen were involved in their second major incident of a seismic F1 title rivalry on a day when McLaren won a grand prix for the first time in nine years. Read more...

Hamilton to seek specialist treatment after being "saved" by halo

Lewis Hamilton has revealed he will be seeing a specialist after his latest Italian GP crash with F1 title rival Max Verstappen from which he was left thanking God for the halo he feels saved his life. Read more...

Verstappen handed three-place grid drop for causing Hamilton crash

Max Verstappen has been given a three-place grid penalty for the Russian Grand Prix having been found to be "predominantly to blame" for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Italian Grand Prix. Read more...

Horner bites back against Wolff's Verstappen "tactical foul" jibe after Hamilton clash

Christian Horner has declared himself "disappointed" with Toto Wolff's suggestion that Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton's crash at the Italian Grand Prix was a result of a "tactical foul" by the Dutch driver. Read more...

Verstappen disagrees with stewards but vows to "move on" from Hamilton crash

Max Verstappen has vowed to "move on" from his latest crash with Lewis Hamilton which left him disagreeing with the penalty handed down by the stewards. Read more...

Ricciardo - "I've been a sandbagging s.o.b." after "insane" Italian GP victory ends McLaren duck

Daniel Ricciardo declared himself "lost for words" after securing an unexpected and astonishing Italian Grand Prix victory for McLaren. Read more...

McLaren promised "big celebrations" after fighting back from being "destroyed"

Andreas Seidl has insisted "big celebrations" are in store for McLaren after the team overcame being "destroyed" at Zandvoort to take a sensational one-two finish in the Italian Grand Prix. Read more...

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