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The English press describes Max Verstappen's title as a 'robbery'

The English press describes Max Verstappen’s title as a ‘robbery’

The controversy continues after the exciting definition of the Formula One World Championship in the last lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The English press described the title of world champion for the Dutch as “theft”. Max Verstappenwho in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix He did a great job and surpassed the English in the rankings Lewis HamiltonHowever, the race was not without controversy.

Mercedes, team Hamilton, complaint to the FIA ​​after the coronation Verstappen Moving away from the Dutchman did not respect the safety car and took advantage of that to win. However, the FIA ​​denied the allegations and the English newspapers the sun s daily Mail They called Max’s nickname a scam.

He wrote “stealing at a speed of 320 km / h” daily Mail While the sun Note: “Lewis stole on the last lap.”

On his official Twitter account, David Sánchez Olmos shared photos from the British press about Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Everyone pointed out that the title belongs to Hamilton.

Despite the controversy, Hamilton Congratulation Verstappen He won his first title and was “proud” of his team’s work in the “toughest” season.

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“I want to congratulate Max and his team. We’ve also worked hard all year, on the toughest season ever,” declared stunning champion Stevenage.

“I’m really proud of my team and grateful, I gave everything today and I’ve never thrown the towel all season. I’ll fight back next season,” said Lewis.

–With information from EFE.