Why the “scary” Hamilton-Sirotkin near-miss in Brazil wasn’t investigated | 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix

The high-speed near-miss between Lewis Hamilton and Sergey Sirotkin during qualifying at Interlagos initially looked like a slam-dunk penalty for the Mercedes driver.
At Interlagos, the long flat-out climb to the start/finish line means most drivers prepare the begin their flying laps at the same point on the track between Mergulho (turn 11) and Juncao (tur n12), where Sirotkin caught Hamilton.
Sirotkin wasn’t the only driver who encountered Hamilton on the racing line during the session.

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