Verstappen and Hamilton supported the continuation of the race after the...

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Red Bull driver Max Verstappen would have had no sympathy for a Formula 1 driver who would have decided not to continue racing after an accident like that of Romain Grosjean in Bahrain.

“If the guy no longer wants to drive the race and if I were the team boss, then I would tell him that he will never sit in the cockpit again,” said the 23-year-old Dutchman at the official press conference hours after the Haas fire accident -Pilot in Sakhir.


Verstappen and world champion Lewis Hamilton were asked whether or not drivers should be given a choice of continuing the race after a shock like Sunday’s in Bahrain. “We are not the regulatory authority,” replied Mercedes driver Hamilton, who had won the race after the restart. “We’re here to get a job and we rely on the FIA ​​(World Automobile Federation) to be safety conscious and we trust them unconditionally, so no, I don’t think so,” said the 35 year old Briton.

After a long break and the news that Grosjean is doing well under the circumstances, the race was continued with all 19 remaining drivers.

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