Lewis Hamilton says F1’s integrity will be LOST if Red Bull went over £114m spending cap last year and escape punishment… as Max Verstappen swerves questions as he looks to seal his second world championship at the Japanese Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton claims the integrity of Formula One will be lost if the FIA fail to punish any breaches of the sport’s cost-cap. ‘I think it’s imperative, honestly, just for transparency,’ Hamilton said. ‘I think we need to continue to have transparency for the fans, for the integrity of the sport. ‘I think it would be bad for the sport if action wasn’t taken if there was a breach.’. In a thinly veiled swipe, Hamilton said: ‘It’ll put in question our values, the integrity of the sport. ‘I remember last year as a driver, you were always asking for updates, updates, updates on things, whether it’s fuel, whatever it is. It’s up to the teams and with the FIA and I just need to focus on the driving.

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