F1: Hamilton accuses Sirotkin of ‘disrespectful move’ in Q2 near-miss

Lewis Hamilton has hit out at Sergey Sirotkin in their near-miss midway through Q2 in qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix accusing the Williams driver of “a disrespectful move” being “completely unnecessary”.
Reacting to the flashpoint after securing his 10th pole position of 2018, Hamilton laid the blame solely on the Russian F1 rookie, who was also on an out-lap, and feels he didn’t respect the space each driver leaves between each other before starting a fast lap.
Hamilton has also avoided any post-qualifying infringement issues following a similar incident with Kimi Raikkonen during Q2 when the Ferrari driver started a fast lap.

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