An Austrian newspaper is reporting that chief advisor Helmut Marko says Red Bull could consider legal action after heavy British Grand Prix crash.
An Austrian newspaper is reporting that Red Bull’s chief advisor Helmut Marko says they could consider legal action after Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton were involved in a high-speed crash at the British Grand Prix that landed the Dutchman in hospital.
Verstappen, who started on pole, had the weaker of the starts off the line as Hamilton chased him down from second place to try and gain control of the race.
The Dutchman defended hard as the pair entered Turn Nine, Copse Corner, with Verstappen on the outside of the track.
The pair tangled as Verstappen’s right rear made contact with Hamilton’s front left, sending the 23-year-old spinning across the gravel and directly into the tyre wall.