Sep.15 (GMM) A week after the Spa-Francorchamps penalty controversy, championship leader Lewis Hamilton's on-track antics are back in the spotlight.
The McLaren driver got involved in some close encounters during Sunday's Italian grand prix, including with his old foe and former teammate, Fernando Alonso."There was some unnecessary movements he made," the Spaniard told reporters in his native tongue at Monza, "and he repeated them with Glock and Webber. It is his way of racing."Toyota's Timo Glock was also not pleased when asked about Hamilton's driving."I do not know what he was thinking. I was right next to him but he left me no room. Sometimes he drives as though he is completely alone on the track," the German is quoted as saying by RTL."The next time I am with him (on track), I will behave with him in exactly the same way," Glock promised.23-year-old Hamilton also made contact with Red Bull's Mark Webber during a wheel to wheel battle with the Australian at the first chicane."I made sure I covered my inside spot, but I didn't want to stay there on the wet patch or I wouldn't have made the corner," the Briton explained afterwards."He just clipped my front wheel and went on."