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Sebastian Vettel ‘disgraced himself’, says furious Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton blamed Formula One adversary Sebastian Vettel for disrespecting himself and intentionally crashing into his auto as a severe conflict between the big showdown rivals ruled Sunday's Grand Prix in Azerbaijan. 

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo won in Baku after a clamorous race which saw Ferrari's Vettel given a 10-second stop-go punishment when he guided into the back of race pioneer Hamilton's Mercedes under wellbeing auto conditions after a warning stoppage on lap 22. 

The four-time champion appeared to be incensed with Hamilton after the Briton moderated on the exit of Turn 15. After the underlying impact, the German signaled irately with both hands as he pulled close by his opponent and hit the side of Hamilton's auto. 

After his punishment, forced by the stewards for hazardous driving, Vettel recuperated to complete fourth, one place in front of Hamilton. 

The scene left the British driver enraged. 

"Purposely crashing into another driver and escaping practically sans scot as regardless he came fourth, I surmise that is a disfavor. I think he disrespected himself today," Hamilton said. 

"Envision all the youthful children that are watching Formula 1 today and see that sort of conduct from a four-time best on the planet. I feel that says it all. 

"On the off chance that he needs to demonstrate that he's a man, I think we ought to do it because of the auto eye to eye. 

"Driving hazardously, which in any capacity can put another driver at chance… we were going moderate, on the off chance that we had been going quick it could have been a great deal more terrible. 

"It certainly sets a point of reference inside F1 and it likewise accomplishes for all the youthful children that are watching us drive and behave. 

"They've seen today how a four-time champion carries on and I think, ideally, that doesn't swell into the more youthful classifications." 

VETTEL FUMING 

Hamilton likewise denied the allegation that he had intentionally "brake-tried" his opponent, contending that he was only "controlling the pace." 

"Like the various restarts, I backed off in a similar spot," he said. "He was clearly resting and crashed into the back of me." 

Vettel was left seething at the apparent shamefulness in the wake of being the just a single of the two title adversaries to be rebuffed. 

"At last I don't concur with the punishment that I got, on the grounds that in the event that you punish me then you ought to punish us both on the grounds that that was not the best approach to do it," the title pioneer was cited as saying on the F1 site (www.formula1.com). 

"I think F1 is for adults. The move before was a bit much and clearly harmed my front wing. (It) harmed his back additionally I think a bit. 

"That was not the correct approach to do it, leaving the corner, quickening and afterward braking. I don't think there was any point in doing that." 

Hamilton started the race on shaft and evaded the scuffle in lap one to build up himself as pioneer, yet his advance was frustrated when he surrendered his lead in the wake of setting because of a free head rest. 

Vettel's endorse saw him drop from second to ninth yet he recouped to augment his title lead over Hamilton to 14 focuses. 

Hamilton's inconveniences amplified his disillusioning record in Baku, the 32-year-old coordinating a year ago's fifth-put wrap up. 

Hamilton likewise denied the allegation that he had purposely "brake-tried" his adversary, contending that he was just "controlling the pace." 

"Like the various restarts, I backed off in a similar spot," he said. "He was clearly dozing and crashed into the back of me." 

Vettel was left seething at the apparent bad form subsequent to being the just a single of the two title opponents to be rebuffed. 

"At last I don't concur with the punishment that I got, in light of the fact that on the off chance that you punish me then you ought to punish us both on the grounds that that was not the best approach to do it," the title pioneer was cited as saying on the F1 site (www.formula1.com). 

"I think F1 is for adults. The move before was a bit much and clearly harmed my front wing. (It) harmed his back additionally I think a bit. 

"That was not the correct approach to do it, leaving the corner, quickening and after that braking. I don't think there was any point in doing that." 

Hamilton started the race on post and maintained a strategic distance from the skirmish in lap one to build up himself as pioneer, yet his advance was obstructed when he surrendered his lead subsequent to setting because of a free head rest. 

Vettel's endorse saw him drop from second to ninth yet he recouped to expand his title lead over Hamilton to 14 focuses. 

Hamilton's inconveniences expanded his baffling record in Baku, the 32-year-old coordinating a year ago's fifth-put wrap up.

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