The Hungarian GP stewards will now listen to Hamilton and Verstappen, as well as team representatives, in a video conference on Thursday to determine if there are grounds for further punishment beyond the 10-second time penalty that was handed to the Briton during the race.
Retaining a dignified stance, Verstappen added: "I don’t have much to say on all the media hype and to be honest I am not interested in getting involved in any of that.
"I know what happened at Silverstone as I was in the car and obviously I feel a certain way about how my race ended.
"But now I’m just focusing on making sure we are the best we can be on track so we can stay ahead in the championship.
"The team can take care of the official side of things, and anything that needs looking into after the crash, but my job is the same as always - to be the best I can and try to win on Sunday."
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