The team's paddock chief Krack says Stroll shouldn't be judged too harshly for a reaction in the heat of the moment, and confirmed he had apologised to the team afterwards, when speaking to Sky Sports Germany.
"I've seen it too and it's now easy to always judge someone directly," said Krack. "I usually try not to talk after a race or qualifying because I know how much you can get wound up.
"You see football players who sometimes throw a jersey or throw the water bottle or don't give the coach a handshake when they are substituted.
"I think sport thrives on emotions like that and you shouldn't judge it too much when you're in a situation like that."
With Stroll's father Lawrence being the team's Executive Chairman, some tough decisions may have to be made and the question has to be asked: would any other driver be allowed to act in that way without repercussions.
Krack, though, insists no seeds of division have been sown within the greater corpus of the Aston Martin organisation.
"There is no problem in the team," he added. "We talked about it. It's all ok."
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