Verstappen hits out at Vettel, again

2017-07-30 10:45
Max Verstappen (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Max Verstappen is not letting go of Sebastian Vettel's "jumpy" comment and has once again hit out at the Ferrari driver.

Following the duo's tussle at the British Grand Prix, which saw them race wheel-to-wheel and sometimes off the track, Vettel called Verstappen "jumpy".

And the Dutchman is not impressed despite a later apology from the Ferrari driver.

"Only one person has criticised me this year and you hear it from a driver who has been hitting another car behind the Safety Car. I don’t take it seriously," he told The Guardian.

"He apologised but I think it is better to not say someone else is jumpy when you have completely lost your head behind the Safety Car."

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