Our verdict on the Verstappen/Hamilton British GP crash and what happens next in F1 2021

The 2021 F1 championship fight between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton exploded at the British Grand Prix, with the pair coming together on the opening lap, and Verstappen sustaining a 51G impact with the barriers while Hamilton bounced back from a penalty to win the race and slash the Red Bull driver's points lead. Glenn Freeman and Scott Mitchell discuss the incident in detail, and look at the post-race views of both sides. They also look ahead to how this flashpoint could shape this rivalry over the rest of the season.


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  • max was all over the place on the straight, my feeling is hamilton was so relived that max decided which line he was going to take that by the time the thought entered his head he was under steering into max, and i think max was turning in on him anyway. if they had both crashed everyone would've been happy (they'd still play the blame game). stewards decisions arenever popular, but red bull have looked amateur and spiteful this time. as was said max wanted lewis to lose and lose in front of his home crowd, and lewis wanted to win, and win in front of his home crowd, and get back some points. the game of chicken was on, this time though neither of them was going to be pragmatic about giving up the place. lewis had already lost his pole in the sprint (whata dumb idea the sprint is, great that we get more racing, but it makes quali redundant).

    Harry NicholasHarry NicholasDag geleden
  • SO Max should have just let Hamilton have racing line and then Max with no grip would be off the track! Reality is Hamilton owns Formula one (just like Schumacher and Ferrari did) and all those saying it was a racing incident only if Max had had escaped nudge by Hamilton then all of Formula one would be calling for a penalty against Max! Hamilton is his own worst enemy and he will destroy Formula one as electric manage close racing and better races as car technology gives driver more speed (less weight)

    Richard Lumley SmithRichard Lumley SmithDag geleden
  • Debate? what is there to talk about? The FIA are desperate for closer racing and better crowd satisfaction, to the point where they're completely revamping the types of cars and aerodynamics they can and can't use. all to create more of a spectacle and more exiting races. one crash in 2021, and they go running home to their mam, screaming of bullies and not playing fair. what the hell do they think is going to happen in 2022, when all of the cars will be able to race closer and harder? Max takes out Stroll in an almost identical incident, Horner is blameing stroll for not giving enough room to the inside man. when the roles are reversed, it's Hamiltons fault for being there. so much for Mr consistancy

    Tracy DebrexTracy DebrexDag geleden
  • Verstappen was clearly at fault. They crashed after Verstappen's second attempt to block Hamilton, and you are only allowed one attempt at blocking.

    Laurent DuchesneLaurent Duchesne2 dagen geleden
  • At long last 2 guys with normal thinking. I personally think that the 10 sec penalty was fair.

    Robert MedzaiRobert Medzai2 dagen geleden
  • Max is just pissy that someone is done giving him so much extra leeway due to his driving style.

    Liam RobertsLiam Roberts2 dagen geleden
  • Have RB ever actually watched Max race? Pot kettle comes to mind.

    qlnbdqlnbd2 dagen geleden
  • Get a mic stand, you're in the house!!

    camelio10camelio103 dagen geleden
  • Considering the number of thumbs down, there must be a lot of Verstappen's extremists 🤣

    BBBenjBBBenj3 dagen geleden
  • As F1 fan I think this is a great and honest review. I think the main sad part is just a small action but so much damage: to car, to budget, to points, to all F1 fans who were waiting to see the thrilling race of Max against LH and both to the finish ... but the best is Max walked out of it alive ... Anyway, now it's time to see them race eachother to the end, may the best driver win ... and time for Bottas to stand his ground :D

    Mr MarcoMr Marco4 dagen geleden
  • Hamilton did it on purpose. That’s why his car ended up where it did while there was enough space for him. Look at him passing Leclerc.

    tijger238tijger2384 dagen geleden
  • What a Hamilton group of commentators. Super bias opinios.

    George ZikmundGeorge Zikmund4 dagen geleden
  • Problem is it's not just vestappen. Lewis finds a way to crash his competitors out of the race. There have been 35 incidents with Lewis Hamilton since 2008 where many resulted in the retirement of the other driver from the race. FIA is very lineant on Lewis Hamilton. A because he is 7 times world champion. B because he always drives for the richest teams & we know how much rich teams like Mercedes ferrari etc influence the FIA. Money talks hamiltons team spends close to 500 million $ anually vs his opponents team who spend less than 200 or 150 thousand dollars. There is sure to be a lot of greassing of mouths & opinions in those extra 300 plus million dollars

    Tanbir OutdoorsmanTanbir Outdoorsman4 dagen geleden
  • Why do I have the feeling that soon we'll have protest for R.B.L.M.( Red Bull's Life Matters)?

    Ugly DankoUgly Danko4 dagen geleden
  • You talk about society problem, sorry, you draw the wrong conclusion! LOOK AT THE GHOST VIDEO COMPARISON AND THEN YOU SEE HOW WRONG HAMILTON WAS. VERSTAPPEN HAS NOT MAKE ANY MISTAKE!!!!!!!!!! Talking about shameless reactions, ok, it is not correct, but what Hamilton did was completely unacceptable and the current ghost video comparison tells exactly the right story, there is only one person to blame and it is Lewis, not Max! Max did leave much more space to Lewis than Leclerc! Put your glasses on please!

    Ad KlompenmakerAd Klompenmaker4 dagen geleden
  • Slightly.. come on be honest and fair .. simply BS.

    NicolaiNicolai4 dagen geleden
  • Max verstappen is gulty because hé has a lot of place at is left side . And lot of drivers Know Max verstappen has a aggressive driver that thinks thé tracks are is.

    ombil anyombil any5 dagen geleden
  • Verstappen has always been a dangerous driver, this accident he came across Lewis and cut him off or tried to. We will see more accidents by this driver

    Robert SteeleRobert Steele5 dagen geleden
    • He has less penalty points than Hamilton?????

      Jeroen AretsJeroen Arets4 dagen geleden
  • always have the track to himself expecting everyone to back out of racing him to avoid a crash.

    viiont eooiyviiont eooiy5 dagen geleden
  • Lewis had a ton of room inside, he just wanted to punt Max. So that is what he did.

    tracerxytracerxy5 dagen geleden
  • i would call it RI and feel christian moaner needs to shut up and get on with the rest of the season

    summer farm estatessummer farm estates5 dagen geleden
  • Funny how much room H. gave the last car at copse on his way to the flag, made much more use of the apex then🤔….

    FreeforesterFreeforester5 dagen geleden
    • I get what your mean, but you’re comparing two completely different situations for a variety of reasons. Different drivers, different point of the race, different tyres, massively different fuel loads and whether they were genuinely racing each other…

      Liam RobertsLiam Roberts2 dagen geleden
  • Had this happened the other way around, you Brits would be screaming bloody murder....

    Jorge NevesJorge Neves5 dagen geleden
  • Hamilton's fault all day , I think its getting to him that max is the better driver!

    Basel BrushBasel Brush5 dagen geleden
  • Why have almost 6000 people disliked this video?

    Andreas SteinhartAndreas Steinhart5 dagen geleden
  • This video is BS - I’m British and to me it’s clear Hamilton is to blame. And for Lewis to say Max drove into him makes it all the worse seeing how far he was from the racing line. TBH it looked to me like Lewis took Max out on purpose. Thank God Max is ok!

    bmvellacottbmvellacott5 dagen geleden
  • 5.8k dislikes oooh controversy i love it

    butterbrodbutterbrod6 dagen geleden
  • This isn't right. Hamilton has done this time and time again with Alexander Albon, and now he is practicing that move with Max Verstappen and this can get some seriously hurt or in a position that Roman Grosjean has been in.

    Kervneel "KEV" NarayanKervneel "KEV" Narayan6 dagen geleden
  • Mercedes needs on improving it's engine power , Verstappen must be educated into letting the other drivers drive . Verstappen's team need to watch what they say .

    edward toneredward toner6 dagen geleden
  • That was just a racing incident why was it blown out of proportion, I do not agree to the penalty given. Isn't that exactly what F1 wants in 2022, closer racing........ among drivers then why this contradiction.

    Zareer WadiaZareer Wadia6 dagen geleden
  • "Sir Hamilton" isn't much of a gentleman is he? He almost killed Verstappen.

    Edgar AxtliEdgar Axtli6 dagen geleden
  • Neither driver was at fault for that incident it was a tyre failure lol

    Rock girlRock girl6 dagen geleden
  • These idiots are speaking shit, verstapen gave him a mile. Lol

    theygunaHATEMEtheygunaHATEME6 dagen geleden
  • British commenters excusing a British driver at the British GP. Did anyone really expect objectivity?

    Pat ScallyPat Scally6 dagen geleden
  • Its just like when Senna (the puppy) pulled across Prost (the veteran) and Senna was blamed for tuning in..... Prost was the victim. How can this be any different?

    Sleeping WarriorSleeping Warrior6 dagen geleden
  • Max is a great driver,he has come a long way, and will improve even more in another year.I surely respect them both,that was a racing incident,no driver wants to crash at 180 mph. I have seen a lot of mistakes in this sport,this is just another one "horner"wake up,put on your glasses have another LOOK move on. .

    Newton ForrestNewton Forrest6 dagen geleden
    • Just ask Bottas, he said it wasn't a penalty. When you cut across a corner and another car then end up in the wall after making contact, why do drivers say 'it was my corner

      Rock girlRock girl6 dagen geleden
  • If the situation had been reversed, I highly, highly doubt Verstappen would have given in either, we have watched him for years at this point and he is way too aggressive for that. Was Hamilton wrong to do it? Probably. Was it a taste of Verstappen's own medicine for him? Definitely.

    Stickman 1989Stickman 19896 dagen geleden
    • Not sure if you noticed, but Verstappen hasn't had alot of incidents in the past few years, so that's a pretty cringe take.

      Crotes1990Crotes19903 dagen geleden
  • I mean we are talking about Lewis Hamilton out of all people.

    ZORAY ZAIR0ZORAY ZAIR06 dagen geleden
  • Stop blaming F1 for behavior of individuals, F1 should do nothing about those recist morans, it have nothing to do with it

    Phobos 21Phobos 216 dagen geleden
  • We knew max is bully and aggressive n Lewis is calm but but reality Lewis is street fighter and looks boxer n max soft crashtapen/ cry kid pretending to be bully

    faisal nurfaisal nur6 dagen geleden
  • The best comment I read pinned under a Max post went like this. Look son you played chicken with a 7 times world champion and lost. I'm glad you are ok but please learn from this. 😁

    Wendy BradfordWendy Bradford7 dagen geleden
  • Yes nasty

    George ThomasGeorge Thomas7 dagen geleden
  • Hamilton turned his cheek not once, not twice but thrice. Why didn't Max realise that Hamilton wasn't going to back out for a fourth time, especially at his home Grand Prix?

    David SeibDavid Seib7 dagen geleden
  • Keep doing what you doing lewis, love 💙

    music videosmusic videos7 dagen geleden
  • Didn't Lewis have to take "evasive action" a turn it two before the contact, and #2, if it was intentional, didn't Lewis take a Hell of a risk at damaging the front wing, or the left front suspension?? Lewis is a human being...is it POSSIBLE that he just made a mistake, am error in judgement??

    Travis HannerTravis Hanner7 dagen geleden
    • @El Poundo the point I was making is that, in my opinion, Lewis didn't do it intentionally. He wouldn't risk the damage to his own car.

      Travis HannerTravis Hanner4 dagen geleden
    • ????

      El PoundoEl Poundo4 dagen geleden
  • I was listening to your clearly orchestrated debate trying to appear balanced until after 2:10 when you alluded to the fact Verstappen had a healthy lead in the points but then you said Redbull had a faster car in race trim... who are you trying to fool? Are you Hamilton's advocate? Make no mistake you know deep down the Mercedes at Silverstone at least was the quicker car, especially in race trim, look at Perez's pace all weekend, Hamilton could have avoided the crash but he aligned his front wheels to Verstappen's rear, and as for understeer that's complete bs, against Leclerc later on with worn cut tyres he could position his car on the curbs right on the apex as he wished, it was easy for him, this here was deliberate I think you know that deep within yourself, stop lying.

  • Mikko: Max got juked and barely gave enough room but that being said they were damn near even approaching turn 9! Lewis didn't slide in an understeer condition into Max! Max turned twice turning right and the second steering input was the cause of the collision! The Mercedes tires weren't understeering but the RBR car was turned into the Mercedes!

    CL DanCL Dan7 dagen geleden
  • Brits defending a torpedo brit . A bit of Pirelli investing themselves. 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

    mircea miclosmircea miclos7 dagen geleden
  • Lewis of the inside lane so stop picking on lewis the person with choose where and when if you want to slow down or speed up

    No.Limitts MussbussNo.Limitts Mussbuss7 dagen geleden
  • Crashes, driver rivalry, a Brit winning the British GP. = Promoter Heaven..

    gtoss chddygtoss chddy7 dagen geleden
  • Just ask Bottas, he said it wasn't a penalty. When you cut across a corner and another car then end up in the wall after making contact, why do drivers say 'it was my corner whats wrong with that guy?' just because they had a nose in front of the other guy. Come on guys it's a race and it was probably the only opportunity for Lewis to pass Max so he needed to really try to pass there and then. Both drivers knew this and were extra determined so then you get a racing incident. Simple.

    Damo's EntertainmentDamo's Entertainment7 dagen geleden
  • Hammer, if you are reading these threads, do not give a millimeter in these battles!!! Just be cautious and remain vigilant that you are not just racing the drivers, but also the bias of the stewards and maybe the FIA too.

    Migell WedderburnMigell Wedderburn8 dagen geleden
  • Needs to be a 3 strike policy for racing incidents between two specific drivers or teams. If it is going to be a systemic issue both should be disqualified from the season. Last thing we need is a pile up on the track because two people have too big of egos to give way for another

    WebServer VerseWebServer Verse8 dagen geleden
    • With all the weaving that was going on before the incident, I'm not surprised it happened. Max was doing everything he could do to block on the straights. I think once Hamilton

      gtoss chddygtoss chddy7 dagen geleden
  • Good analysis

    David WittsDavid Witts8 dagen geleden
  • Although Hamilton was very aggressive, Max should have stayed away from him so as to get another change to take him on later in the race. Out of the race has given Hamilton a chance to get closer to Max in points. Alternatively, Hamilton could have done so too; and avoided the crash. It's hoped that young, and rather inexperienced, Max would have learned from such incidents -keep your powder dry!.

    Rana RRana R8 dagen geleden
  • Another biased video by English “reporters”. Most biased in the world. LH made a dangerous imposible move that could have killed his rival, 10 seconds is a joke.

    Victor HugoVictor Hugo8 dagen geleden
  • The penalty was too lenient it should have been a minimum of 10 sec stop and go. For Hamilton to take out another driver then win the race was wrong.

    James LochridgeJames Lochridge8 dagen geleden
    • Oh dear, clearly you haven’t watch much motor sport previously. Firstly it’s very rare for a driver to deliberately take out another driver in open wheel racing (this isn’t BTCC or NASAR,, or Banger racing) simply because it usually results in both drivers going off. Secondly the penalty wasn’t to leanest. It was the same as the one received by Vettel when he deliberately rammed Hamilton’s car at Baku - when they were following the safety car, Hamilton was very fortunate to survive the incident. The facts that he was able to recover the 10 seconds and win, simply demonstrates just how good he is.

      Andy GlastonburyAndy Glastonbury6 dagen geleden
  • You have summed up my stance on this really well. As a Hamilton fan i concede he was more at fault but I think there are so many more factors. Not much mention has been made to the weaving max was slinging down the straights. I’d love to see another piece of the further fallout and comments from red bull.

    Alex BrownAlex Brown8 dagen geleden
  • I don't think that Hamilton is to blame at all. Hamilton was in the lead, Max has been completely aggressive all year. Hamilton was pushed too far into the inside with how heavy they were, and their speed. Max needed to calm down and pass in a straighter area, especially when full.

    Christopher BernhardtChristopher Bernhardt8 dagen geleden
  • Lewis didn't want to touch Max at that speed, knowing He would damage his car or crash himself. Max chose to pinch the line with Lewis inside and in the end it's a racing incident. I think a five second penalty would be the most Lewis should receive if any at all. Lewis had enough position to justify the attempt, and Max had the position to arc wider through the corner and chose not to. They were RACING! Decisions were made and moves executed at speeds that meant a few inches wrong and you lose.

    RadioReprisedRadioReprised8 dagen geleden
  • Clear Verstappen fault. He's cutting in front hitting Lewis's wheel in a clear move from the left to the right. There is no movement from the right to the left from Hamilton's car. Relative movement of the cars gives here the judgement. Max's car trajectory finds Lewis's already there = 100% Verstappen's blame. Unfortunately, Lewis got 10s Verstappenalty.

    f cf c8 dagen geleden
    • @mircea miclos Sa nu uitam de unde am plecat si ce scoala am facut, si ca suntem ceva mai greu de fraierit. 🇲🇩😜

      f cf c7 dagen geleden
    • Torpedo Hamilton 🎯

      mircea miclosmircea miclos7 dagen geleden
  • Is everyone forgetting that Max earned the moniker 'Crashstappen ' because of his aggressive, balls to wall, out of my way racing style? When he goes psycho aggressive, most drivers back of, not this time

    Chris WilliamsChris Williams8 dagen geleden
    • Just look @his penalty points on his licence

      lippieafcalippieafca6 dagen geleden
  • At no point was hamilton in front of verstappen. Sticking your nose up next to someone for a half a second (but still not actually side by side, clearly behind if you check vertsappens onboard camera) at a ridiculous speed that causes you to t-bone the driver in front of you that is on the racing line cannot be defended. I look forward to the rest of the season where it is now apparently clear that all drivers are free to stick part of their car into the space at whatever speed they like and just expect the corner to be relinquished and if you happen to put the other guy into a wall at 300 kph its fine, its just a racing incident.

    lexbbanglexbbang8 dagen geleden
  • I'm sure Lewis had all the time in the world going a hundred miles an hour, with 20 other cars trying to drive up his bum to think about all this crap you people had time to think about. It's always easier to criticize when your not the one in the situation. Soooooo... shut up.

    Yvonne PingletonYvonne Pingleton8 dagen geleden
  • Lewis just did what the other drivers are scared to do because they know Max will wreck them out to stay in front.

    Yvonne PingletonYvonne Pingleton8 dagen geleden
  • It was a case of Lewis learning from the sprint race and the fact for the first time in a long time he has the slower car. when you have the slower car you have to be aggressive or you lose your chance, such was the case in the sprint and I think Lewis realized this and so was not afraid to go aggressive the second time around

    EckoesEckoes8 dagen geleden
  • yawn -- a bunch of hamilton acolytes quasi-analysing the crash... let's wait till max understeers into LH and make him fly off the track

    Joke BrouwerJoke Brouwer8 dagen geleden
    • Trust me 9 of 10 Lewis Will win cuz of Lewis is street fighter n looks boxer with getto attitude max soft pretending to be bully

      faisal nurfaisal nur6 dagen geleden
  • With all the weaving that was going on before the incident, I'm not surprised it happened. Max was doing everything he could do to block on the straights. I think once Hamilton got a nose in he decided to hold his line and whatever happens, will happen. Max came across Lewis a small bit to pinch Lewis off probably expecting Lewis to back out and Lewis was like, nope.

    Brian BarrBrian Barr8 dagen geleden
  • Sir Lewis Hamilton 🇬🇧👍

    Paulapa ChamPaulapa Cham8 dagen geleden
  • Hitting the apex of a corner with zero margin has never ever been a thing. This kind of talk about hitting an apex only ever becomes relevant in an extreme situation like Austria 2016 where Rosberg deliberately ran deep, missing the apex completely, and parked his car so that Hamilton couldn't turn in. The stewards ruling in Silverstone is just absolute nonsense and unfortunately its another one of those situations where it gives all the people who are super critical of Hamilton, just because of his existence, licence to throw more rocks from their glass houses. Hamilton wins the inside line just like he's entitled to do so and at no point does he start wildly veering out towards Verstapppen. He takes the corner with induced, controlled understeer to dictate the line that Max has to go around him but Max made the situation look 10x worse than it was when he turned into a car that was already there. Honestly, people are acting like Hamilton lost control of his car and wildly under steered to the outside part of the track punting Max off. Its insane. Hamilton stays about 1-2 meters from the inside line the whole time and at no point starts sliding further away until Max turns in and destabilizes Hamilton's car by making contact with him. Max literally had about 2/3rds of the race track on his outside to play with. Hamilton did not deviate outwards towards Verstappen. There are plenty of relevant F1 insider's including past and presant drivers who see sense on the matter and call it a racing incident

    M TM T8 dagen geleden
  • What an absolutely brilliant, informed and balanced discussion. Well done guys, great to finally watch someone explaining this incident with some sensibility, rather than the usual twaddle we get on here, throwing things at each other. You should be on mainstream 👍

    Jamie CliffeJamie Cliffe8 dagen geleden
  • I mean, both Hamilton and Albon collisions got 5-second penalties. So I think there is some precedence for the penalty. And to those who say that the penalty wasn't lenient, look at Russia and Italy last year, where Hamilton got 10-second penalties and they ruined his race. The penalty was fair but Lewis put in a fantastic drive. And this is coming from someone who wants Max to win the championship.

    iso_raceriso_racer9 dagen geleden
  • Hamilton can not beat Verstappen now he hasn't got a faster car wait till Ferrari wake up

    maurice mooremaurice moore9 dagen geleden
  • Red Bull were running away with the championship, Hamilton was looking tired, Mercedes were looking tired, AND it's a home Grand Prix. Mercedes HAD to save face and make a statement otherwise 2021 was virtually OVER. Hamilton and Wolff decided enough was enough, they were going to get tough and get right in Verstappen's face and WHATEVER Mercedes were going to end the first lap ahead. Hamilton thought it was job done at the start but Max shut the door, and a few corners later the same again. Now as they go down towards Copse line astern imagine what was going through Hamilton's mind as he knows thousands of British fans are screaming his name. He knows the risks of gambling at this corner, he's seen many a great driver go off there. He knows it could finish either of their races or maybe both, he also knows someone could get seriously hurt, BUT, considering all the above he has NO choice, he HAS to gamble, he HAS to take the risk and suffer the glory or the consequences. The rest... is HISTORY.

    Malcolm MiddletonMalcolm Middleton9 dagen geleden
  • Finally Verstappen got to taste his own medicine. He NEVER deserves to be F1 champion !! NEVER. He is the dirtiest driver in F1 history. Go back to the GT Sport game !!

    Tom NeidherTom Neidher9 dagen geleden
  • You are biased, but it is understandable...

    Guy TaglitGuy Taglit9 dagen geleden
  • B Loots Mall's 🤮 B Loots Motorsport 🤮

    Dirk LouwDirk Louw9 dagen geleden
  • wolf and hamilton can't loose they are not sportsman. Mercedes team is a sick team and I would not missing them if they disappear from earth.

    Dirk LouwDirk Louw9 dagen geleden
  • Verstappen is a great driver but a very dangerous driver. It was he who caused the problem by cutting in, well done Lewis for not backing down.

    Rocky GreenhamRocky Greenham9 dagen geleden
  • yeah, because shamilton never found the rear wheel of a red bull before, right? lost all credibility with this one.

    lou kushlou kush9 dagen geleden
  • Did Lewis turn into Max? Since when do you follow the radius of a turn at the entry of the corner. If you turn in on someone you get spun, end of story. You don’t get a pass because you think you’re tuff and can do anything you want on the track with no consiquences. They both entered the corner at the same speed side by side. There was no last minute lunge on Max or running him off the track but quite the opposite. If you want a precession then keep penalizing racing.

    AlohaPigeonsAlohaPigeons9 dagen geleden
  • Is the fult of lh

    Algeria Power hosseAlgeria Power hosse9 dagen geleden
  • This n 1 bull shit

    Algeria Power hosseAlgeria Power hosse9 dagen geleden
  • Listening and viewing more is at slow speed You try racing Formula 1 at there speeds Most people can’t drive on normal roads. Why not penalise big dollars and the money could go to Charity. The drivers will think twice when it affects their pay.

    MmmmMmmm9 dagen geleden
  • Max and Redbull should quit whining.

    Ihuoma OIhuoma O9 dagen geleden
  • Time for Max to follow Rosberg...Lewis pushed his car into Max direction...he had space on the inside...why he did not went closed to the kerbs...there was a lot of space there...this was a nearly fatal move

    Cesar RodriguezCesar Rodriguez9 dagen geleden
  • Thank you for the measured analysis. Hotting up for a great battle.

    sannio komisannio komi9 dagen geleden
  • Obviously Hamilton wasnt turning into the Apex he was blocking Max from getting ahead . its the drivers responsibility to control his vehicle , Hamilton was going too fast to make the proper apex he didnt even try turning into the Apex for that matter , you Fan boys can keep ignoring this fact the reality is he got penalized for it by the Professionals hes at fault .

    Jose IzquierdoJose Izquierdo9 dagen geleden
  • Waffle not a clue

    stevans77stevans779 dagen geleden
  • Copse should be renamed Hamilton's...along with the Hamilton straight 🙂. How blessed are we to breath the same air of a living legend such as Sir Lewis Hamilton 🙏🙂

    Mark FrankhamMark Frankham9 dagen geleden
  • Hahaha, my dad calls him crashtappen 😂😂😂

    Storm LeibbrandtStorm Leibbrandt9 dagen geleden
  • Lewis is to good for it to be a racing incident. Read what you will from that....

    Hockey guyHockey guy9 dagen geleden
  • 44 has opened the door for 33 to the same, reward versus punishment? 44 moved to within eight points of 33, having been 32 behind at the start of the weekend I fully expect even more fireworks moving forward. Red Bull failing to score at all in the British Grand Prix, Mercedes now sit just four points behind.

    Darren JardineDarren Jardine9 dagen geleden
  • My gut feeling is that Hamilton touched Verstappen's rear wheel with the intent of spinning him out. Watch chase footage of cops in the USA and see how they make someone fleeing in a vehicle spin and stop. Exactly the same technique. Hamilton needed to be in front at the end of the 1st lap; Verstappen touched Hamilton's front left wheel 2 or 3 corners prior to the accident; Hamilton had plenty of room to slow down and cut into the corner. Hamilton knew exactly what he was doing. My guess is that he had had enough of being bullied by Verstappen, and he took the unprecedented decision to spin Max out. Hamilton was teaching Max a lesson. Had he died, ........

    Dino BruschiDino Bruschi9 dagen geleden
  • a lot of mental gymnastics, fact is, lewis shouldnt have been there + missing the apex with low grip due to dirty road and 2 much speed. hit his left front to rear back. shouldve been a pitstop start for him tbh. as he was able to repair during the red flag.

    BeGeniusBeGenius9 dagen geleden
  • Blame squarely lays on Max. He is extremely aggressive and has no respect for the other competitors

    Mbogo KuriaMbogo Kuria9 dagen geleden
  • Move on and get over it! I’m not for Hamilton, but it was a racing incident!

    jeff smallwoodjeff smallwood9 dagen geleden
  • Bullshit, Verstappen is ahead. Rules are clear. Hamilton has to back off.

    Gary BonhamGary Bonham9 dagen geleden
  • Of course the limes take Lewis H. side

    Garage SpotGarage Spot9 dagen geleden
  • L. Hamilton asked M. Schumacher before the race how eliminates M. Verstappen.

    Leo nardLeo nard9 dagen geleden