Published: Tue, April 10, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Verstappen lacked respect with Bahrain GP move, says Hamilton

Verstappen lacked respect with Bahrain GP move, says Hamilton

Verstappen did not agree with the stewards' verdict that the collision was a racing incident.

Hamilton's Mercedes and the Red Bull of Verstappen were involved in a collision early on in the race, when the Dutchman was attempting to overtake.

Hamilton made his feelings known when he watched the highlights of Sunday's race in the cool-down room at the Sakhir circuit on Sunday.

"They (Red Bull) have a auto which should be getting good results, but through inexperience, or not mature decisions, they are not", Hamilton told reporters.

"Today he should have finished a decent race, because he's good enough to do that". "Because at one point I understood that the [Ferrari] guys were doing two stops, and there's no way they're going to get to the end on the one stop".

"China has been a good track for me in the past, so I really hope to climb the ladder and get back to where we have been working towards being in the last two races".

"We've all been in that situation, we fight someone, we go sometimes wheel-to-wheel, it's close and you have a lot of adrenalin going", Vettel said.

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Red Bull are fourth in the championship after two races, behind Renault-powered rivals McLaren, despite having a vehicle that looked in testing to be on a par with Ferrari - winners in Australia and Bahrain.

However, it was an even worse outing for Australian hopeful Daniel Ricciardo, who pulled up early in the race after losing all power, leading to another frustrating retirement. "I've lost two races now".

When watching the incident back behind the podium Hamilton referred to Verstappen as "a dickhead", and speaking to the media after the race he said he felt the incident was "unnecessary".

The Briton said that was something the team needed to address and would discuss ahead of this weekend's race in Shanghai.

'Sometimes I feel it's all a bit blown up and artificial if we have these questions, trying to make a story out of nothing.

"The radio wasn't working properly, and in the heat of the moment it's hard to know what information you need to give". They couldn't hear me, I could hear them. I mean, if I hit you in your face, you're not going to say "oh, Sebastian, that wasn't nice". "When you try to give feedback on a corner, you're taking your mind off driving a ideal line".

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