Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen are ‘very likely’ to crash again this season claims F1 drivers’ chief Alex Wurz – who insists both of the title rivals ‘have to mark their territory’

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen are ‘very likely’ to crash again during their championship battle according to Alex Wurz. Wurz, who is the chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association, told Sky Sports that a third collision could happen in the remaining races. The pair first came together at the British Grand Prix when Verstappen was hit by Hamilton as the Mercedes driver attempted to pass him up the inside at Copse. Verstappen went off the circuit and through the gravel trap before hitting the tyre barrier with an impact of 51G. Verstappen was seen to be more at blame for this crash and he is facing a three place grid penalty for the Russian Grand Prix. ‘But I hope the championship is won on the track, not in the barriers or the stewards room.

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