F1 Verstappen: No regrets over ‘calm’ Ocon push, could have been worse

Max Verstappen says he has no regrets about pushing F1 rival Esteban Ocon following the Brazilian Grand Prix, adding he felt his actions “could have been a lot worse”.
The Red Bull driver was handed two days of public service which he will have to serve for the FIA as punishment for his heated physical confrontation with Ocon.
Speaking to the media ahead of this weekend’s season-finale in Abu Dhabi, Verstappen said he felt his response had been “really calm”.
Max Verstappen: “It could have been a lot worse.”
When pressed on what had been said between the pair at the weighing scales, Verstappen said: “Something I didn’t expect to hear.

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