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Lewis Hamilton has no regrets over Max Verstappen British GP crash and insists ‘I’d do exact same move again’

LEWIS HAMILTON has risked the wrath of Max Verstappen by insisting he has NO regrets over his role in the Dutch ace’s crash at the British GP.

Verstappen span off the track in the first lap after his car touched Hamilton’s during a heated battle for top spot.

Lewis Hamilton has no regrets over his involvement in Max Verstappen's crash at the British GP

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Lewis Hamilton has no regrets over his involvement in Max Verstappen’s crash at the British GP
Verstappen blasted Hamilton as the pair touched on the first lap, with the Brit going on to win

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Verstappen blasted Hamilton as the pair touched on the first lap, with the Brit going on to win

Verstappen’s crash meant he was unable to continue racing at Silverstone.

And the Red Bull ace was fiercely critical of Hamilton’s ‘aggressive’ racing style as the Brit went on to win in front of a jubilant home crowd.

But Hamilton has hit back by insisting his overtake was spot on.

And if given the chance to repeat himself, Hamilton would not change a single thing.

Hamilton stated: “In terms of the move, I’d do the move exactly the way I did it last time.

“In terms of how I reviewed it, analysed it, and with all my experience, and over the years I have been through a lot, I wouldn’t change it.”

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