Chris Harris says Verstappen could ‘regret’ jibe at Hamilton’s ‘disrespectful’ celebration

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Chris Harris, 46, has addressed a tweet from Max Verstappen, 23, who hit out at his F1 opponent Lewis Hamilton, 36, this evening after he won the British Grand Prix. The Dutch racing driver said he is “very disappointed” to have been taken out of the race today after colliding with Lewis in a horror crash.

Max typed in an impassioned post: “First of all: I am glad I’m ok. It was quite an impact at 51G but feeling better.

“Obviously very disappointed with being taken out like this. 

“The penalty given does not help us in any way and doesn’t do justice to the dangerous move Lewis made on track.

“Watching the celebrations after the race while still in hospital is disrespectful and unsportsmanlike behaviour but we move on,” he added.

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