‘I didn’t say I was dying’: Lewis Hamilton bites back at Red Bull chief after he was accused of FAKING his injuries from terrifying crash with Max Verstappen at Monza

Lewis Hamilton has hit out at Red Bull technical advisor Helmut Marko – who downplayed his shocking crash with Max Verstappen at the Italian Grand Prix – by claiming: ‘I didn’t say I was dying.’. The Red Bull advisor also questioned the extent of Hamilton’s injuries after the Formula One champion flew to New York for the Met Gala event, but Hamilton has fired back at Marko by criticising his comments. The incident has split the world of Formula One, with the likes of Ralf Schumacher also criticising the fact Hamilton flew to New York when he was supposedly injured, while Daniel Ricciardo has defended Verstappen over his role in the crash. Sportsmail revealed last week that F1 chiefs are delighted to see Hamilton partying in New York after the injury so soon after revealing his specialist treatment. ‘Verstappen had already got out when Hamilton tried to go back to get out of the gravel. And then a show is put on that poor Hamilton is suddenly injured.

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