Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has accused "poor" Lewis Hamilton of 'putting on a show' with regard to the injuries sustained from his collision with Max Verstappen in the Italian Grand Prix.
FIA challenge Red Bull over Perez radio claim
Race director Michael Masi has challenged claims by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner that the FIA did not contact the team over Sergio Perez's illegal overtake on Charles Leclerc.
Hamilton "a little bit bruised and hurting" but "doing well"
Mercedes has declared Lewis Hamilton to be "a little bit bruised and hurting" but otherwise "doing well" following his Italian Grand Prix shunt with Max Verstappen.
Ricciardo top-step return makes the 'crappier days worth it'
Daniel Ricciardo has claimed his Italian Grand Prix win "means everything" following a tough start to life with McLaren.
Why Hamilton and Verstappen crash penalties can't be compared
FIA race director Michael Masi is adamant the penalties handed to F1 title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen for their clashes this season are not comparable.
Aston Martin fear F1 'on a slippery slope to becoming F2' with reverse grid idea
Aston Martin team principal Otmar Szafnauer believes F1 would be on "a slippery slope to becoming Formula 2" if it gave the green light to reverse grid sprint races.
Was Verstappen really to blame for Hamilton Monza clash? - GPFans Stewards' Room Podcast
The latest edition of the GPFans Stewards' Room podcast is here with the team discussing all the action from the Italian Grand Prix.
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If the FIA keeps letting Max off the hook, he will continue to be dangerous on the track.
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