The British Grand Prix is currently restarted on Sky Sports F1 by James Galloway Last Update: 07/18/21 4:19 PM 1:22 Max Verstappen hit the hurdles after colliding with Lewis Hamilton during the first lap of the British Grand Prix, resulting in Red Flag Appears Max Verstappen hit the hurdles after colliding with Lewis Hamilton during the first lap of the British Grand Prix, resulting in red flags Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton being the F1 title and he suffered his first flashpoint after colliding on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix. Hamilton continued the race, which was stopped and then restarted, but an error was found by the match officials, with a 10-second penalty before the Briton’s first stop. He was second behind Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc at the time, and the accident came at Copps as the competitors were vying for the lead, with Hamilton’s left front tire coming into contact with Verstappen’s right rear. The impact drove Red Bull to fly through the gravel trap and had a huge impact on the hurdles. Verstappen was able to get out of the car and walk away unscathed, and was taken to the circuit’s medical center for mandatory checks due to the scale of the impact, the race was red flagged and the incident under investigation by the stewards. each other, with both Red Bull and Mercedes officials making presentations to FIA race director Michael Massi over the radio during the race’s suspension. 3:40 Karon Chandhuk was on the SkyPad for a closer look at this collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen during Lap One of the British Grand Prix Karon Chandhuk was on the SkyPad for a closer look at this collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen during Lap One analysis Karon Chandhuk said From the British Grand Prix of the accident on SkyPad: “Lewis expected Max to back out, and Max expected Lewis to get out of it.” But they are both racing drivers, and they are both racing for the world championship. “Max could have given Lewis more space, and Lewis could have gone more to the curb on the right side. 1:03 Toto Wolff Mercedes coach made his argument for Lewis Hamilton’s innocence to Michael Massey and the FIA after Max Verstappen crashed on the first lap. Mercedes boss Wolff made his case for Lewis Hamilton’s acquittal of Michael Massey and the FIA after Max Verstappen crashed on the first lap. “If you ask me, they could have done more. I probably attribute it to a racing accident.” Hamilton continues to race and will start second at the start of the second half behind Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who started fourth.