Max Verstappen has completed the second day of his public service that he received following the Brazilian Grand Prix last year. The Dutchman spent Sunday in Geneva, working at the 2019 FIA International Stewards Programme.
Verstappen was handed two days of public service after he pushed Esteban Ocon several times following the conclusion of the race at Interlagos. Verstappen was upset after he and Ocon clashed on track when the former was leading the Grand Prix.
Verstappen lost the race due to the incident, with eventual winner Lewis Hamilton overtaking Verstappen while he recovered from the crash.
Verstappen completed his first day of service at the Formula E Marrakech ePrix in January. At the Stewards Programme, he worked on interactive case studies on a panel that consisted of three-time World Touring Car Champion Andy Priaulx, M-Sport chief Richard Millener and BMW boss Jens Marquardt.
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