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While many of the headlines after Silverstone were about Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas also went wheel-to-wheel – the difference is they kept it clean.
Don’t expect to see Valtteri Bottas on the psychologist’s couch any time soon despite Nico Rosberg, the last team-mate to beat Lewis Hamilton, saying it worked for him.
Dropping out of the top ten with two laps to go, Honda have revealed a “caution from our high-voltage system” prevented Toro Rosso from bringing Alex Albon in for a second pit stop.
Elbows out and wheel-to-wheel, Max Verstappen reckons Charles Leclerc was “a little bit sore still from Austria” as they faught for position at the British GP.
Red Bull’s pit crews were on fire at the British GP, not only allowing Max Verstappen to jump Charles Leclerc but also setting a new pit stop record with Pierre Gasly.
Just missing out on podium at Silverstone, Pierre Gasly reckons the British Grand Prix was “by far the best” weekend he has had since joining Red Bull.
Helmut Marko wasn’t mincing his words when he hit out at Sebastian Vettel for punting Max Verstappen off the British Grand Prix podium.
Sebastian Vettel risks losing his protected status at Ferrari after yet another error cost him dearly at the British GP, so says former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher.
Guenther Steiner doesn’t care who was responsible, he says his drivers’ collision at the start of the British GP was “not acceptable” and both are in trouble with the team.
Lewis Hamilton defied a call from his pit wall to stop late in the British Grand Prix, saying he didn’t want to “take the risk” of something going wrong.