Hamilton and Verstappen collided in the Bahrain Grand Prix. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
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Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said Max Verstappen's inexperience has cost Red Bull precious points this season. The Mercedes driver clashed with the 20-year-old on the second lap in Bahrain last weekend, each blaming the other for an incident that led to the Red Bull driver's race retirement.Hamilton, 33, said Verstappen, who crashed in the first phase of qualifying in Bahrain and started 15th, had "fantastic pace" but young drivers did not always make the right decisions.Vertappen won two races last season, ending the season strongly.Hamilton finished third in Bahrain, after starting ninth due to a grid penalty for a gearbox change, and he suffered communications problems during the race.
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