Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen's bosses told to 'grow up' over playground squabbles

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But it has become somewhat uglier in recent weeks, with fall-outs over high-profile incidents involving Hamilton and Verstappen and penalties handed out to their star drivers.

Wolff has refused to rule out more of the same over the next couple of weeks, and admitted there could be more off-track drama in Saudi Arabia.

“Let’s go to Saudi Arabia, and maybe we’ll hear some comments again,” the Austrian said when quizzed on the subject.

“In a way, the debates that are being kicked off or launched, I cannot follow any more.

“I have taken the decision for myself and the team that we’re struggling to keep up with commenting on the rumours that are being made from that side.”

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