English newspapers describe Max Verstappen’s title as “theft”

The controversy continues after the spectacular definition of the F1 World Championship on the last lap of the Abu Dhabi GB.

English newspapers described the Dutch’s world championship as “theft” Max Verstappen, In who Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Signed in a superior performance and surpassed the British in assortment Lewis HamiltonHowever, competition is not without controversy.

Mercedes, Group Hamilton, Filed two complaints with the FIA ​​following the coronation ceremony Verstappen The Dutchman disregarded the safety car and took advantage of it to win. However, the FIA ​​denied the allegations and the English-language newspapers The sun Y Daily Mail They described Max’s title as a hoax.

“Robbery at 320 km / h,” he wrote Daily Mail When The sun Noted: “Louis was stolen in the final lap.”

On his official Twitter account, David Sanchez Olmos shared pictures of British newspapers Abu Dhabi Grand Prix And pointed out that all title belongs Hamilton.

Despite the controversy, Hamilton Greeted Verstappen He was “proud” for his first degree and for his team’s work during the “most difficult” season.

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“I want to congratulate Max and his team. We worked hard all year too, in the most difficult season of all time,” declared the spectacular and eccentric Stevenage champion.

“I’m so proud and thankful for my team.

– With information from the EFE.

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