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Max Verstappen fumes on team radio after angry collision with Lando Norris during Austrian Grand Prix

Max Verstappen fumes on team radio after angry collision with Lando Norris during Austrian Grand Prix

Max Verstappen and Lando Norris made contact which gifted George Russell victory in the Austrian Grand Prix.

Max Verstappen vented his frustrations on his team radio after contact with Lando Norris denied him victory at the Austrian Grand Prix.

On Sunday afternoon, there was a chaotic end to the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring.

After roaring into a comfortable lead of more than six seconds, Verstappen endured a slow pit stop on lap 52.

As a result, the Dutchman’s lead was cut to just under two seconds by McLaren star Norris.

During lap 64, the race was thrown into utter chaos as a turn three incident between the two frontrunners left both cars with punctures.

Norris ended up retiring from the race after sustaining damage to his car.

Meanwhile, Verstappen came back out in fifth position and was also handed a 10-second penalty for the part he played in the collision.

After the race, Verstappen said on his team radio: “That’s just ridiculous. He can’t just send it left and right - what do you want me to do?”

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said: “He(Norris) didn’t behave correctly there Max. Desperately unlucky, especially here, but you did your very best.”

After the race, Norris said: “I don’t know what to say, disappointed. It’s a good race. He ruined his own race as well as mine.

“I just have to do my job which is go out there and drive fast. From my side, I’m happy with my efforts. I’m happy with the team. I was trying to be fair from my side and he wasn’t.”

Sky Sports’ Anthony Davidson said: “You're always looking for the car on the inside to give full width off the track.

“They touched and both had punctures. It's a shame to see because I was really enjoying it up until that moment.”

He added: “It wasn't always 100 per cent fair. It was bubbling up into this situation.

“The two of them know each other well. They game each other a lot so they know each others tactics but doing it in real life is very different and both will learn even more about each other after this.”

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Max Verstappen, Lando Norris, Red Bull Racing, McLaren