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Max Verstappen

Ferrari launch protest against Verstappen following Monaco GP

Christian Horner says that Ferrari have launched a post-race protest against Max Verstappen, alleging that he crossed the yellow line on pit exit during the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Ferrari have launched a post-race protest against Red Bull and Max Verstappen, Christian Horner has stated.

The Scuderia are claiming that the World Champion driver crossed the yellow line on pit exit after he jumped pole-sitter Charles Leclerc mid-way through the race.

The news broke while Horner was chatting to members of the media, including RacingNews365.com, in the Monaco paddock.

Horner says Red Bull are 'content' with footage

Explaining why he was pulled away from his media session, Horner explained: "Ferrari have made a protest against Max."

When asked if he believes his driver had crossed the yellow line, he then added: "All the footage that we've seen, we've been content with."

Horner then confirmed that he is yet to discuss the matter with the FIA, and that the team were not contacted regarding the issue during the race.

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