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Debate | The title fight in Abu Dhabi will end in a crash.

Debate | The title fight in Abu Dhabi will end in a crash.

07-12-2021 08:11


There is again a lot of fuss around Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton after the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The drivers met each other several times on the track and that was not without contact. With only one race left on the calendar and an equal amount of points in the championship it can still go either way.

Several incidents this season

It is certainly not the first time this season that the title rivals have met. At Silverstone, Verstappen and Hamilton hit each other, causing the Dutchman to crash hard into the wall and retire. At the Monza circuit, they both fell when the two collided entering turn one.

In Brazil things almost went wrong again, but a collision was just avoided. However, there was a lot of discussion about the action of Verstappen. Also this weekend it happened again. The Dutchman received two penalties for his incidents with Hamilton, one of which resulted in the Briton crashing into the back of the Red Bull.

Abu Dhabi promises to be exciting

The rivals leave for Abu Dhabi with an equal number of points in the championship. After an exciting season full of incidents and Verstappen's strong defensive actions, the question arises whether things will go wrong again in the last race of the season, where everything will be decided. With the new lay-out of the circuit it is still unclear who will be the strongest team, but both drivers will give everything to win the championship.

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