Formula 1 2021 : FIA reject Red Bull review of Verstappen-Hamilton British GP crash.

Red Bull on Thursday fizzled in their bid to win an audit into the “lacking” punishment forced on Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton for the accident which took out Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.

Best on the planet Hamilton was allowed a 10-second punishment after the principal lap occurrence which finished Verstappen’s race. Hamilton proceeded to succeed at Silverstone and slice the Dutchman’s title lead to only eight focuses in front of this present end of the week’s Hungaria.

Hamilton proceeded to succeed at Silverstone and cut the Dutchman’s title lead to only eight focuses in front of this current end of the week’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

While Hamilton observed, Verstappen needed to go to medical clinic.

On Thursday, overseeing body the FIA said that Red Bull had not given any “new, huge and important components” liable to legitimize an audit of the choice taken during the race.

After Red Bull’s solicitation, the two groups were called to see stewards Thursday in Hungary.

Red Bull introduced GPS information to demonstrate that Hamilton’s surpassing at turn nine ought to be all the more seriously punished.

In any case, this was adequately not to convey a further approval for the British star who can guarantee a 100th triumph on Sunday.

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