SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton turned the Brazilian Grand Prix into double delight on Sunday with an outpouring of emotion as Mercedes wrapped up their fifth successive Formula One constructors' title.
Dutch driver Max Verstappen was accused of trying to punch French rival Esteban Ocon after a controversial clash at Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix which was won by five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.
Two drivers likely to be fighting for world titles in the coming years demonstrate how much F1 means even after the title is decided.
Off the track, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen confronted Force India’s Esteban Ocon after a race collision
Max Verstappen has been labelled a “lunatic” by Esteban Ocon after a confrontation between the drivers turned physical when an on-track incident cost the Dutchman victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix and handed it to Lewis Hamilton. The pair have been summoned to the stewards over the incident in th
The Red Bull driver was leading the Brazilian Grand Prix until Ocon took him out.
Verstappen was leading at Interlagos when he tried to pass last-place Ocon, who made contact - the former wasn't happy after the race.
Furious Max Verstappen attacks Esteban Ocon after late collision costs him Brazil GP win.
A lucky Lewis Hamilton won a tense Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday as his Mercedes team clinched the constructors' title for the fifth year in a row and Max Verstappen raged at a lost opportunity.
World champion Lewis Hamilton savoured victory at Interlagos as Mercedes sealed the constructors’ championship title
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