Dutch GP bosses tell fans not to boo Lewis Hamilton and call for ‘respect’ for Max Verstappen’s fierce F1 rival

DUTCH GP bosses have appealed to fans to lay off booing Lewis Hamilton. But Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers has appealed for calm, insisting the seven-time world champion is treated with respect. He said: “Show your decency when a seven-time world champion comes here. Respect is something you have to show if you want to get it for yourself. And Merc boss Toto Wolff is feeling confident his team can take the fight to Red Bull and Verstappen. He said: “F1 returns to Zandvoort this weekend for the first time in several decades. “It feels like a proper old-school track, so I am sure they are looking forward to taking on that challenge.

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