Lewis Hamilton has suggested Charles Leclerc ought to have obtained"different consequences" for forcing him off the trail at the Italian GP, asserting"the new generation get away with a whole lot more".
Leclerc and hamilton were secured at a gripping duel for much of the enthralling race of Sunday however, in their encounter at Monza's next chicane, the Mercedes motorist was squeezed wide and on the run-off area when attempting to make a move.
Why did Leclerc receive a warning?
Report: Mercedes pressure is held off by Leclerc
Leclerc has been handed a shameful flag, a warning that was last, following the incident went on to seal a popular home win for Ferrari, while Hamilton finally dropped back to third and but averted a penalty.
"It looks like the new generation eliminate a lot more in that space of how they manoeuvre their automobile compared to, I would say, the more seasoned drivers," Hamilton, who said he needed to"avoid the collision", told Sky F1.
"But it's very good knowledge - I understand - and, yeah, look ahead to another one"
Hamilton then seemed to wonder Leclerc was not given a time penalty.
"We've just always asked for consequences," he further added. "There was a rule put in place and it was not abided by now.
"They used different consequences for the rule now but I don't know why that was the case. I guess the stewards woke up on another facet of the bed this morning."
Why was Leclerc given a'card'?
The Usage of the flag at the Leclerc-Hamilton incident was explained by the race director, Michael Masi, when he combined the Anthony Davidson at the SkyPad of Sky F1 following Sunday's race of the FIA.
Wolff: Leclerc defence'perhaps a bit over the edge'
Mercedes manager Toto Wolff commended Leclerc and Ferrari's performances on the weekend, since the Scuderia finished their Monza success drought.
But the Austrian reckons the stewards' calls might have gone another way also.
"He also drove a hard but brilliant race and Ferrari had the strongest package, no doubt about that," Wolff told Sky Sports.
"We threw everything at them, two of our men , and it was not enough.
"In regard to the driving, it was maybe a little bit on the border but what's the result? Would you need to offer a penalty in Monza to him? I think we'd have experienced riots here!"
Wolff added:"I have numerous issues in my own life to sort out I don't want to own Michael Masi as well as the FIA's problems, because this is another difficulty they have! We want to see just how far does the leniency go although difficult racing? You might have given a punishment for the two episodes - the one pushing against off Lewis along with the other one.
"But I'd like to give him the charge: they won the race, they had the strongest car here and look at this [the air ]."
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