Hamilton vows to move on after Raikkonen apology

Hamilton vows to move on after Raikkonen apology

Cape Town - James Allison should be "ashamed" of himself after accusing Ferrari and Kimi Raikkonen of a "deliberate" crash or "incompetence" in his British GP clash with Lewis Hamilton.

Although he recovered to second place, it was a case of what could have been - and it was a case of Mercedes were not happy.

Meanwhile, Raikkonen's wife, Minttu, also took to Instagram, suggesting, in a post, now deleted: "If you cry like a girl when you lose.do ballet".

Here is what Allison had to say about the matter, according to Motorsport.com.

The encounter between the men at Silverstone Turn 3 set Hamilton back and forced the Mercedes to charge from behind, which he impressively did, ultimately finishing the race second to championship rival Sebastian Vettel.

"I accept it from [TV pundit] Jacques Villeneuve because he was a driver".

The fact that this has happened twice in the last three races as Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff and technical James Allison livid to the point where they have stated that they believe the recent incidents caused by the Ferrari drivers are either "deliberate or incompetence".

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Both drivers are racing to claim their fifth title, with the German gunning to win Ferrari's first championship since 2007. We are here in England. Sometimes, they want to teach us how to be gentlemen. He should start first. Also incompetent.Who? Kimi? Who's he to judge what a driver is doing in the vehicle?

"First of all, he should look at the telemetry and understand that his driver, unfortunately for himself, had a bad start".

"So, having a bad start, he immediately lost two positions".

Vettel ended up taking top spot, with Hamilton in second and Kimi Raikkonen in third.

"But, I mean. I want to give them a message - it's been a handsome battle, a battle that I think the audience appreciated".

"Thank you for loving me for being with all my flaws", the 33-year-old wrote on Instagram. "I know I'm not ideal", he wrote. Go be great today and be you and give zero f**** to what anybody thinks.

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