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Hamilton and Verstappen Blame Each Other for Monza Crash

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Formula One title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen took each other out of the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday, with Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff slamming the incident as a “tactical foul.” Red Bull and championship leader Verstappen saw it differently and accused seven times world champion Hamilton of not leaving enough space at the first chicane. The collision ended in the gravel with Verstappen’s car wedged on top of the Briton’s, the Halo head-protection device proving its worth again with both drivers clambering out smarting but unhurt. “The stewards are going to decide who is to blame,” said Wolff after a race that ended in a McLaren one-two with Australian Daniel Ricciardo the winner. “I would say it was a tactical foul. He probably knew that if Lewis stayed ahead that is the race win possibly.” Verstappen had started the day five points clear of Hamilton after finishing …

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