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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff demands review of Hamilton-Verstappen overtake move

Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff said “diplomacy” had ended as he demanded on Tuesday a review of an incident from last weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix when Red Bull’s Max Verstappen appeared to force Lewis Hamilton off the track. 

Mercedes are convinced that Verstappen, then leading the race, defended too aggressively on a corner during the 48th lap as title rival Hamilton was attempting to overtake him. The defending champion Hamilton was driven off the track but stewards decided at the time to take no action against the Dutchman. “I’ve always been very diplomatic in how I discuss things. But diplomacy has ended today,” said Wolff. Mercedes now believe they have fresh, incriminating evidence in the shape of footage from on board Verstappen’s car, which may suggest a voluntary swerve from the driver.

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