Title chase stopped me holding my line in Monza F1 clash, says Lewis Hamilton

• Briton reacts after Charles Leclerc squeezed him off track
• ‘If that’s how we are allowed to race then I will race like that’

Lewis Hamilton has said he will adapt his driving after Charles Leclerc was not penalised for squeezing him off the track on his way to winning the Italian Grand Prix.

Hamilton also insisted that had he not been focused on winning the world championship he would not have given ground and the pair would have collided, while Michael Masi, the race director, defended the FIA’s decision to only issue Leclerc with a warning.

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Source: Formula 1

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