Britain's former F1 world champion took to Twitter to give his take on the incident
Britain's former F1 world champion Jenson Button says Sebastian Vettel shouldn't be punished further for deliberately crashing into Lewis Hamilton in Azerbaijan.
Button says it was "silly" - but the result of emotions running high in a great race.
Azerbaijan GP was a pleasure 2watch. Why? because adrenaline & emotions were high. What Vettel did was silly but he's been punished. Move on— Jenson Button (@JensonButton) June 29, 2017
The championship leader's under investigation by the sport's governing body and was given a 10-second penalty at the time.
Hamilton called Vettel a "disgrace" - while the German claims the Mercedes driver stopped suddenly in front of him.
"Deliberately driving into another driver and getting away pretty much scot-free as he still came fourth, I think that’s a disgrace," Hamilton said. "I think he disgraced himself today.
"Imagine all the young kids that are watching Formula 1 today and see that kind of behaviour."