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'Raikkonen punished severely only because it was Hamilton'

Former Formula One champion Jacques Villeneuve believes that Kimi Raikkonen was only given a more severe 10-second penalty instead of the most usual five seconds because it was Lewis Hamilton he hit and it was in Britain, saying that if the incident was with Valtteri Bottas, the penalty would be less. At the start of the Grand Prix at Silverstone on Sunday, Raikkonen tipped the rear of Hamilton's Mercedes which caused a spin, and a subsequent war of words between the Silver Arrows staff and Ferrari. The Finn was subsequently given a 10-second fine by the stewards, but Villenuve reckons this is inconsistent. “I don’t understand why it’s 10 seconds, and another time...
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