Why Verstappen did nothing wrong

Why Verstappen did nothing wrong

Max Verstappen was in the middle of much of the Belgian Grand Prix action and again attracted criticism from some of his rivals, but that finger-pointing is ill-directed

I had the luxury of not watching the Belgian Grand Prix live because other commitments took priority - like a weekend on my narrowboat with my grandkids - so that meant I didn't see the race until Monday evening.

I say it was a luxury because, having followed the Autosport Live coverage online while cruising down the Grand Union Canal - which was great – I knew the result. But when it came to judging the incidents Max Verstappen was involved in, I was able to read what others thought without a preconceived opinion of my own.

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