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11 April 2018, 11:27 | Rose Hansen
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The touch was light, but enough to puncture Verstappen's tyre - which then led to damage as the Red Bull man limped his way back to the pits, ultimately prompting Verstappen's retirement from the race. He did well to finish on the podium but may have sacrificed a shot at the win when the team ordered him to stay out a lap longer than he wanted to ahead of his first stop to back Vettel into Bottas.
"I mean, if I hit you in your face, you're not going to say "oh, Sebastian, that wasn't nice".
"We were racing, which was all fine, and often when the auto is on the outside you should end up running out of road.
Max dived in on the inside, a good move, bit aggressive pushing Hamilton out but I think most drivers would have done that", he added.
The British driver branded 20-year-old Verstappen a "d***head" after the Dutchman collided with Hamilton in Bahrain after a gung-ho attempt at overtaking. We have to work out some strategy because I don't want them to keep talking to me sometimes when I don't need them to talk to me.
Hamilton had earlier told television reporters "emotion is always firing when you get out of the car".
However, the reigning world champion almost had his race thrown in the bin when Max Verstappen - charging from 15th through the field - made contact with Hamilton on the second lap, landing the Dutchman with a puncture that ultimately led to his retirement.
"I had a good run onto the straight, going for the inside under braking I was next to him, going into the corner I was ahead".
Verstappen crashed in qualifying in Bahrain on Saturday, blaming an unexpected power surge for the incident.
Max Verstappen has shrugged off Lewis Hamilton criticism of his driving, saying of course he'd say stuff like that when he's still full of adrenaline. Who was wrong, or was it just a racing incident?
He also over-drove in the opening laps of the first race of the season trying to pass Kevin Magnussen's Haas, damaged his vehicle running off track and then spun, an incident that led to him finishing the race sixth rather than fourth.
It was an unnecessary collision. This was Verstappen's third self-inflicted wound in two races. Ferrari looked strong, with Raikkonen and Vettel setting the pace as cooler temperatures and nightfall matched the conditions for today evening's race.
"It was hard racing", said the Red Bull boss. Sky Sports F1 will show live coverage from Shanghai.
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