Lewis Hamilton accused of FAKING Italian GP injury by Red Bull advisor despite Verstappen’s car landing on his head

RED BULL advisor Helmut Marko has accused Lewis Hamilton of faking his injuries caused by his Italian GP crash with Max Verstappen. The Formula One title rivals were involved in a serious collision which saw Hamilton saved by the halo on his Mercedes after Verstappen’s car landed on the Brit’s head. Hamilton was taken to hospital for checks after the smash and revealed on social media he is experiencing ‘headaches’ and a ‘tight neck’. “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.”. While Hamilton wrote on social media: “It’s days like today, I am reminded of how lucky I am.

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