Lewis Hamilton vows to continue to race ‘hard but fairly’ after rival Max Verstappen accused him of being ‘dangerous, disrespectful and unsportsmanlike’ following 190mph opening lap crash at Silverstone

Lewis Hamilton said he will continue to race ‘hard but fairly’ after Max Verstappen accused the Briton of being dangerous, disrespectful and unsportsmanlike following their 190mph collision at the British Grand Prix. Verstappen was released from hospital at 10pm on Sunday night, seven hours after his high-speed crash with Hamilton on the opening lap of the Silverstone race. The penalty given does not help us and doesn’t do justice to the dangerous move Lewis made on track. Hamilton also said he has nothing to apologise for after Christian Horner said he put Verstappen’s life in danger. But Hamilton said: ‘I don’t really have anything to say to Christian. ‘I don’t think I am in a position to have to apologise for anything.

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