Sebastian Vettel calls for drivers to be the judges after F1’s longest day | Giles Richards

Max Verstappen won the Austrian GP but by the time he was declared the victor there was almost nobody left at the circuit

For a sport in which speed and quick reaction time go hand in hand, the torturously slow wait for the winner of the Austrian Grand Prix to be declared seemed almost wilfully perverse. More than three hours passed after Max Verstappen had taken the chequered flag before he was officially confirmed as the victor, by which time everyone bar the packer-uppers and journalists had left the track.

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