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Max Verstappen warned over two Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes threats ahead of British GP
Mika Hakkinen has suggested that Lewis Hamilton could mount a resurgence at this month's British Grand Prix.Verstappen has taken the chequered flag on five occasions this season and will be hoping to pip Hamilton to a sixth victory at Silverstone.
Ralf Schumacher has branded"bloody dangerous" after colliding with during the opening lap of the British Grand Prix, as the fall out from Sunday continues.
Verstappen, who started on pole, had the weaker of the starts off the line as the Mercedes driver chased him down from second place to try and gain control of the race.
The Dutchman defended hard as the pair entered Turn Nine, Copse Corner, with Verstappen on the outside of the track.
But disaster struck, as Verstappen's right rear made contact with Hamilton's front left, sending the 23-year-old spinning across the gravel and directly into the tyre wall.
Lewis Hamilton aims angry outburst at Max Verstappen after British Grand Prix crash
Lewis Hamilton won a dramatic British Grand Prix which saw Max Verstappen suffer a heavy crash on the opening lap.They came close to touching on a few occasions, but they eventually made contact coming into Copse as Hamilton attempted to dive up the inside.
The Red Bull driver was able to extract himself from the car and walk away, however appeared visibly winded after the 51G shunt, and was subsequently transferred for further checks at a local hospital, before being discharged later that evening with no major injuries.
In the aftermath, team principal Christian Horner was fuming, branding Hamilton a "dirty driver" who drove like an "amateur" while chief advisor Helmut Marko demanded the FIA slap him with a race ban.
Mercedes however defended their driver, dismissing any suggestion Hamilton was undeserving of his victory, adding "a win is a win" and that they will "put it on the scorecard and move on."
Daniel Ricciardo criticises Lewis Hamilton over Max Verstappen crash at British Grand Prix
The McLaren driver has given his assessment of the controversial incident at Silverstone.The Mercedes driver was handed a 10-second penalty after making contact with Verstappen and sending the Red Bull driver into the barriers at Turn Nine.
But Schumacher, former F1 driver and younger brother of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher, believes it was "dangerous" from Hamilton.
''Lewis made an error of judgment, it wasn't a typical overtaking corner," Schumacher told Sky Germany.
"As long as you have that stupid rule that you have to leave room on the outside, it just doesn't work.
"If Lewis had stayed there, he would have pushed Max off the track.
''He realised that and it was a bit too dangerous for him - overtaking is only possible if you are clearly ahead and he wasn't.
"He pulls out and drives into the back wheel. This is a classic, we know from karting, which should not happen.
"It's b****y dangerous at this point. I see the fault with Hamilton, he was too optimistic and could have cut into the corner more sharply.
Lewis Hamilton blasted for Max Verstappen crash by Bernie Ecclestone - ‘It wasn't enough'
Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has blasted Lewis Hamilton for his crash with Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.Bernie Ecclestone has blamed Hamilton for the crash and thinks the stewards should have handed down a more severe penalty.
"I see the fault with Hamilton, he was too optimistic and could have approached sharply."
Verstappen still leads the way by eight points, after having his 33 point lead slashed during the weekend after his DNF.
Hamilton meanwhile picked up a ten-second time penalty for the incident, but still managed to claw his way back to victory at his home Grand Prix.
BMW Motorsport works driver and former F1 driver Timo Glock also spoke to Sky Germany and called for a harsher punishment for Hamilton after this maneuver, saying: "Ten seconds is not the right penalty if then there should have been a tougher one.
"It is clear that the Red Bull camp is being shot at and aggressively advanced to ask for a penalty. "
The saga continues in two weeks' time as Formula One heads to Hungary for Round 11 of the championship in Budapest.
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Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton will go head-to-head once again at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday.Hamilton was duly awarded a ten-second penalty, but mounted a remarkable comeback to seal a famous win on home turf after taking the lead from Charles Leclerc of Ferrari with just two laps remaining.