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Is Ferrari Sabotaging Mercedes in Formula 1?

11 July 2018

Kimi Raikkonen collided with Lewis Hamilton on the first lap of the British Grand Prix yesterday, ruining the world champion's hopes of victory in his home race.

Sebastian Vettel defeated main rival Lewis Hamilton on Sunday to win the British GP in front of a partisan crowd and extended his lead in the Formula One championship standings to eight points after 10 of 21 races.

An angry Hamilton said immediately after the Silverstone race: "Interesting tactics I would say from this side but we'll do what we can to fight them".

Team boss Toto Wolff said the incident was either "deliberate" or "incompetent".

"In (technical director) James Allison's words, 'Do you think it is deliberate or incompetence?'" Wolff said.

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Shovlin has also explained that Hamilton's vehicle did not suffer any damage in the Raikkonen accident, despite the driver voicing fears over the radio that it had.

The post was quickly deleted but Minttu later told a Hamilton fan: "Just to be clear, I was not talking about the driver but the team who was crying afterwards that someone did something on objective".

For Lewis, it was an awesome fightback to second after running dead last on lap one; and for Valtteri, we gave it everything to try and claim the win - and he arguably would have done so without the first Safety Car period, as he was closing fast on Sebastian at that point.

"It was a hard race, but I gave it everything and I'm grateful to make it back up to second".

With fourteen laps to go a second safety auto period caused by Carlos Sainz [Renault] and Romain Grosjean [Haas] came together. The cars of both drivers were damaged, but Vettel rallied to finish in fifth while Bottas was only able to climb back up to seventh.

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"But I mean, I want to give them a message: it's been a attractive battle, a battle that I think the audience appreciated, there will be other battles where most likely Mercedes will win, this is a lesson for us to stay classy, a thing that they haven't done".

However, he was playing catch-up from as early as the third turn of the race, with Kimi Raikkonen locking his front wheel and sliding into Hamilton's rear, causing the Mercedes to spin. "I would be surprised if there was anything else or if Kimi is that kind of driver".

Although that's certainly not the only area that Villeneuve sees inconsistency, as he also sees the Austrian Grand Prix as an example. He held on until lap 47, when Vettel took advantage of a slight wobble from Bottas exiting The Loop onto the Wellington Straight, and drafted him towards Brooklands before diving inside very late as Bottas failed to cover the inside line.

Raikkonen ended up a close third, after incurring a 10-second penalty. "Sometimes we say dumb s*** and learn from it". I could have easily taken second place today, but we made a decision to go for it.

'It has to be the best track in the world, ' said Hamilton.

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Is Ferrari Sabotaging Mercedes in Formula 1?