Mercedes double down in their defence of Lewis Hamilton by insisting his move that ended Max Verstappen’s British Grand Prix was ‘absolutely in line’ with FIA rules after Brit was accused of ‘dangerous driving’

Mercedes have reiterated their defence of Lewis Hamilton in the wake of Sunday’s controversial British Grand Prix. ‘If you are on the inside of the corner, overtaking on the inside of the corner, then the guidance requires that you are substantially alongside, it is not required that you are ahead, it requires that you are substantially alongside as you arrive at the corner. ‘It requires you are substantially alongside and it requires that you must be able to make the corner. By make the corner it means go round the corner and not leave the track or lose control of the car. ‘If you can go round the corner, if you are substantially alongside the other car then the corner is yours.

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