Interesting tactics I would say from their side but we will do what we can to fight them in the next.
"In (technical director) James Allison's words, 'Do you think it is deliberate or incompetence?'" Wolff said. Also incompetent.Who? Kimi? Who's he to judge what a driver is doing in the auto? Listening to the chatter between Hamilton and the pits, I felt that Lewis nearly dropped his chin after that incident.
Sebastian Vettel eventually took the win, with Hamilton a magnificent second, and Raikkonen third.
"I tried everything to not give up the lead, but there was nothing I could do at that point to defend against the others on the fresher tyres".
"The safety vehicle spiced it up", said Vettel, wearing supporting tapes on his stiff neck.
We're sure that's not a case of sour grapes on Rosberg's part, despite the fact that England are still in the play-offs while Germany crashed out at the group stage for the first time since 1938.
All of which sounded like anguished moans of the vanquished to Vettel, who with victory extended his championship lead to eight points.
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"We have got another 11 races to go and it already feels like the longest season of my life, but this race encourages me that I still have the fight in my heart".
Speaking after the race, Bottas said that whilst the team gambled for a race win and lost, "one day" they will win that gamble.
It was Hamilton that drew first blood at the United Kingdom track, claiming pole position ahead of the Ferrari's of Vettel and Raikkonen, Bottas followed in fourth as the Red Bulls of Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo locked out the third row of the grid.
"Without that mistake I think I would have been fighting for pole today". He didn't see it as a last-to-second comeback drive. He held on until lap 47, when Vettel took advantage of a slight wobble from Bottas exiting The Loop onto the Wellington Straight, and drafted him towards Brooklands before diving inside very late as Bottas failed to cover the inside line. "Sometimes we say dumb s*** and learn from it".
Vettel then passed Bottas five laps from the end, with the Finn's tyres fading, and Hamilton was also through a lap later and the chase was on to the finish with the German winning by 2.2 seconds.
"It felt good on the laps to the grid so I took some [padding] off", said Vettel.
Hamilton's £40million-a-season contract extension, which will rubber-stamp the driver's status as Britain's best-paid sportsman, is due to be announced.
Mallya, who has a 42.5 per cent stake in the company, said that Best Water Technology (BWT) - the team's main sponsor - might become more involved.