Lewis Hamilton is accused of ‘DRAMATISING’ the neck injury he suffered in crash with Max Verstappen at Monza… as Ralf Schumacher points out he flew to New York for the Met Gala the NEXT DAY

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  • Lewis Hamilton believes Max Verstappen ‘knew what was going to happen’
  • The two drivers had their second collision of the season after crashing in July.
  • ‘I think Lewis was pretending too much about it’, said Ralf Schumacher later
  • Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko says Mercedes team has overreacted

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Ralf Schumacher believes Lewis Hamilton overreacted after a crash with Max Verstappen at the Italian Grand Prix.

Verstappen’s vehicle launched from the curb and landed on top of Hamilton’s Mercedes, leaving only the protective halo device to inflict serious injury on the world champion.

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It was Verstappen and Hamilton’s second clash of the season, having previously clashed at the British Grand Prix.

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Lewis Hamilton has been accused of overreacting after a crash with Max Verstappen in Italy

Verstappen criticizes Hamilton for not giving him enough space on Red Bull team radio

Verstappen criticizes Hamilton for not giving him enough space on Red Bull team radio

Hamilton took some time to inspect the related damage to the two cars.

Hamilton took some time to inspect the related damage to the two cars.

Although Hamilton was able to continue after the collision at Silverstone in July, both drivers were kicked out of the race at Monza.

Immediately after the incident, the Dutchman left without injury, while Hamilton took several minutes to exit his cockpit.

Britain then said they believed Verstappen ‘knew what was going to happen, but he did it nonetheless’.

Hamilton has since revealed that he needs to see a specialist before the Russian GP as his neck is getting ‘stiffer and tighter’.

However, Schumacher believes Hamilton has exaggerated the seriousness of the accident and even pointed out that Hamilton was able to attend the Met Gala only days after the incident.

They told game1: ‘I think Lewis was pretending too much about it, given that he went to New York the next day to attend an event.’

Red Bull consultant Helmut Marko (above) has accused Hamilton and his team of making excuses for his injuries

Ralf Schumacher (above) believes Hamilton dramatized the crash at the Italian Grand Prix

Helmut Marko and Ralf Schumacher both believe Hamilton has overreacted after Monza

Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko also believes Hamilton and his Mercedes team tried to ‘put on show’ after the incident.

Marco said Osterreich newspaper: ‘It was a normal racing accident. All the stories around it were pulled by the hair by Mercedes.

‘Verstappen was already out when Hamilton tried to go back to get out of the gravel.

The medical car saw this and moved on. And then a show is shown where poor Hamilton is suddenly injured.

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