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Bernie Ecclestone believes Lewis Hamilton tried to get Sebastian Vettel “in trouble” in Baku, which led to their controversial collision.
Toto Wolff has reiterated that he would like to speak with Sebastian Vettel before passing judgement on his Baku actions.
Silverstone’s organises have confirmed that this year’s race weekend will run for four days with F2 and GP3 practice moved to Thursday.
Maurizio Arrivabene has brushed aside Niki Lauda’s criticism of Sebastian Vettel, saying the Mercedes man can talk while Ferrari will work.
Two weeks after declaring that their drivers are free to race, Force India were in the unfortunate position of having them collide in Baku, damaging both cars.
Lewis Hamilton says Sebastian Vettel’s actions in Baku were disgraceful and that if he had issue with the Brit’s driving he should have sorted it out “face to face.”
Suffering his fourth retirement of this season in Baku on Sunday, Christian Horner is adamant there is a “big result around the corner” for Max Verstappen.
With chaos following each of the restarts in Sunday’s Azerbaijan GP, Carlos Sainz says it was on the “dangerous side” and believes next year the restarts should begin at Turn 16.
Although Sir Jackie Stewart has labelled Sebastian Vettel’s antics in Baku as “inappropriate behaviour”, he says there were mitigating circumstances.
Max Verstappen landed himself in hot water after making a quick escape from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.