Unhappy Hamilton points finger at Ferrari's 'interesting tactics'

Unhappy Hamilton points finger at Ferrari's 'interesting tactics'

The Briton appeared drained by the effort, and deeply unimpressed by a first-lap collision with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen that sent him spinning to the back.

While Raikkonen was handed a 10-second time penalty for the incident, Hamilton immediately set about climbing back through the field as the contact had left him with minimal - if any - damage. Obviously some others are more aggressive but it's about racing fair and square and having the best auto. In both cases, the stewards penalised the Ferrari drivers for the incidents.

"Sebastian drove a great race, fighting like a lion despite the pain in the neck", Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene said.

Bottas held on for fourth place in the second Mercedes, crossing the line six-tenths of a second clear of Daniel Ricciardo after a close-fought final lap between the two drivers. He avoided a post-race interview and his body language as he kept away from Raikkonen in the pre-podium room and during the champagne spraying told its own story.

Bottas' woes continued as both Hamilton and Raikkonen were able to pass in the two laps that followed as the Finn struggled on his Medium tyres, leaving his teammate to take the fight to Vettel in the closing stages of the race. "We need to position ourselves better so we're not exposed to the red cars, because who knows where they are going to be".

"My team did an wonderful job this weekend, we got so much support".

"It is a lot of constructors" points.

"To word it like James Allison, was it deliberate or incompetence?"

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It was the second time in three races that a Ferrari driver had been at fault for colliding with a Mercedes vehicle on an opening lap.

"First of all, it was wrong when they gave Vettel five seconds". In Austria, Kimi was second and Sebastian third and there was no letting Sebastian past at all.

Vettel shrugged off the accusations. "It's quite silly to think that anything that happened was deliberate". In France, I lost my wing so I screwed my race. I think it was about five laps before the end, it was like driving on ice, I started to lose all grip, especially from the rear end. "I find it a bit unnecessary to even go there".

Hamilton took to Instagram on Monday morning, posting: "Kimi said sorry and I accept it and we move on".

Meanwhile, Hamilton who missed a chance of a sixth straight victory in his home race sent a message to his fans.

"It was my mistake, so that's fine", Raikkonen said. That is how it goes.

"The first lap was pretty good, and then I saw that I'd dropped to second".

Later, responding to the comments from Mercedes, Raikkonen said: "That's how it goes sometimes".

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