Ross Brawn says Hamilton and Verstappen “are driving immaculately”

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Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says neither Lewis Hamilton nor Max Verstappen “put a foot wrong” at the United States Grand Prix.

In his column Ross Brawn gave his comments on the United States Grand Prix.

“F1’s return to the United States for the first time in two years was an incredibly tense contest all the way through,” the Briton said.

“Mercedes varied their strategy, which gave Lewis a tyre advantage over Max and Red Bull at the end – but it was unclear whether it would be enough. As it turned out, it wasn’t.

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“This was a race to be glued to the screen, studying the gaps and the tyre strategy to see how the race was evolving. It was far from certain until the end who would come out on top.”

Brawn also praised Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton for their strong performances.

“Neither Lewis or Max put a foot wrong, and that’s the fantastic thing about this championship. We’ve got two drivers who are driving immaculately.

“And I don’t think I really saw a mistake from either of them, nothing significant anyway,” Brawn concluded.

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