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Marko fumes over Hamilton's actions: Different rules apply to him

Helmut Marko believes that Red Bull aren't getting the same treatment from the stewards as Mercedes, following a controversial Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has criticised the stewards in Saudi Arabia after Max Verstappen was given a five-second time penalty. Verstappen received the penalty for going...
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Red Bull "won't hesitate" to swap Verstappen's gearbox after crash

Verstappen had looked on course to grab pole position at the new Jeddah circuit with a super-fast final lap in Q3 that appeared to put him clear of Lewis Hamilton. But he made a slight mistake under braking for the final hairpin, when he locked up and ran in slightly too deep, before clouting the wall on the way out.
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Deadline passes for Red Bull Hamilton appeal

Hamilton was summoned to see the stewards at the Jeddah Circuit after final practice on Saturday when he was alleged to have ignored a double waved yellow flag. The stewards decided to take no further action on the matter, after claiming that the yellow lights had been accidentally triggered for less than one second.
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Red Bull will push for Hamilton penalty – Marko

Dr Helmut Marko has vowed to keep fighting Mercedes as hard off the track as Max Verstappen is fighting Lewis Hamilton wheel-to-wheel on the track. The top Red Bull official hit out at Toto Wolff and Hamilton’s accusations of a “brake test” by Verstappen that resulted in contact and a penalty.
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Red Bull 'won't take any risks' with Verstappen gearbox

Helmut Marko says Red Bull will play it safe and replace Max Verstappen's gearbox if there's even "a glimpse" of damage to the element following the Dutchman's crash in qualifying in Jeddah. Verstappen was on his final flyer in Q3 and on course to seize pile from Lewis Hamilton when...
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Marko confirms Red Bull appeal against Hamilton decision

Red Bull have appealed against the stewards' decision not to penalise Lewis Hamilton at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, according to Helmut Marko. Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has stated that the team are appealing the stewards' decision not to penalise Lewis Hamilton over an alleged yellow flag breach at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
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Red Bull go against Marko's comments: We are not appealing

Contrary to the claims made by Helmut Marko, Red Bull have confirmed that they won't be appealing against the stewards' decision not to penalise Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull have confirmed that they won't be appealing against the stewards' decision not to penalise Lewis Hamilton for failing to slow for yellow flags during final practice at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
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Helmut Marko says Red Bull has appealed Hamilton verdict

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko says Red Bull has appealed the FIA’s decision not to penalise Lewis Hamilton for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix FP3 yellow flags incident. After Saudi Arabian Grand Prix FP3 the stewards have investigated Lewis Hamilton for allegedly ignoring double-waved yellow flags. After some deliberation...
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Why Verstappen’s crash hasn’t ended his victory hopes – even if he gets a penalty

Charles Leclerc smashed up his Ferrari in a much more forceful rear-on collision during second practice, yet did not need a replacement. Verstappen may not be so lucky. Perhaps more significantly, Red Bull also cannot risk him retiring from the race. Starting lower down the order, but with reliability assured, would be better for the championship. It would also be a cheaper trade than it may seem: Although Verstappen would move back to eighth, consider some of the drivers he’d fall behind: team mate Sergio Perez and the AlphaTauri duo. They’re not likely to put up much of a fight.
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Red Bull appeal stewards' yellow-flag decision on Hamilton

Red Bull have lodged an appeal of the stewards' ruling on Lewis Hamilton's alleged double yellow-flag breach in Saturday's practice session in Jeddah. Hamilton was summoned to the stewards for the violation, but it later came to light that the yellow flag panels in a specific sector of the track had been accidentally activated, and for just one second.
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Marko confirms Red Bull will appeal Hamilton verdicts

Helmut Marko has said Red Bull have lodged an appeal against the stewards’ decisions against Lewis Hamilton in Saudi Arabia. © PA Images Helmut Marko walking with a mask on. Qatar November 2021. Hamilton was reprimanded and Mercedes were fined €25,000 after they were found to have impeded Nikita Mazepin...
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Verstappen warns of ‘serious accident’ at Jeddah

A “serious accident” could be just around the corner at Saudi Arabia’s new Jeddah street circuit – literally. That is the warning of Max Verstappen, even though he stunned onlookers with his sensational pace around F1’s newest, ultra high-speed, wall-lined track until his Q3 mistake. The Dutchman admitted, however, that...
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We would not hesitate to replace the Verstappen gearbox if necessary! – F1VILÁG.HU

The Dutch pilot hit him against the wall in the last minutes of the timekeeper on Saturday, so You will only be able to start in third place in the race. Christian Horner, captain of the Austrian stable, said after the time trial They are very confident that Verstappen’s transmission was not damaged in the crash – However, they do not know this yet.
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