While Max Verstappen - not for the first time - believes the stewards got it wrong, and that the time penalty meted out to him for the first lap incident with Kimi Raikkonen was not justified - the Red Bull driver suggesting the Finn was responsible - the FIA's race director, Charlie Whiting disagrees.
"He said: 'I understand that I need to perform better from the very beginning of the season in order to really go for the title, and I did not'".
"I braked a little bit too late into the chicane, so I did everything I could to get back onto the track and I think I did it in a safe way, because I was not crazy-fast onto the track", Verstappen said. He was then later hit by Vettel - who spun - at Spoon, and third-placed Verstappen is not happy about both incidents.
"I don't really understand why I get a five-second penalty for that".
"We didn't have damage, but Sebastian was quite quick", added Verstappen.
Watching a replay of Vettel's clash with Verstappen in the cooldown room, Hamilton had a few choice words to say about it.
"I'm not the one who makes the rules, I think otherwise a lot of penalties would have been avoided in Formula 1!". From there onwards, I think we had the right tyre.
"Of course we know that it is hard now", he said.
When it was put to Whiting that in China Verstappen was penalised for such a move on Vettel, the Dutchman having earlier compared the two incidents, he replied: "In China he came charging down the inside into the hairpin, and nearly T-boned Seb, I don't think there was any similarity between the two".
And Mercedes chief Toto Wolff has now revealed what Bottas really thinks of playing second fiddle to the Brit.
"After the race at Sochi, he said: 'There is no need to discuss anything and if I was you, I would do the same'".
The report notes that we are now at a warming of about 1.0°C, with the warming trend rolling along at 0.2±0.1°C per decade. The outcome will determine whether "my grandchildren would get to see lovely coral reefs ", Princeton's Oppenheimer said.
Last year, Williams was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading no contest to stealing a paparazzo's camera. The incident occurred at Atlantic Aviation, which handles private planes at Portland International Airport, police said.
NY selected Flowers out of Miami (Fla.) with the ninth pick of the 2015 National Football League draft. ET on Tuesday if they can not find a team willing to trade for him, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Cette situation alarmante a conduit de nombreux observateurs à faire le lien entre le meurtre de la journaliste et sa profession. Deux veillées en hommage à la journaliste sont prévues le 8 octobre au soir à Sofia (la capitale) et Ruse.
Sided by Prince William , the Duchess of Cambridge appeared ecstatic and healthy in her white flowery dress and high heeled shoes. The Colette star vividly remembers watching Middleton leave the hospital, her appearance televised around the world.
As you know, former Soundgarden and Audioslave singer Chris Cornell passed away from possible suicide at age 52 in 2017. As Seattle's son he paved the way for other artists and drew the eyes of the world to Seattle.
He actually began the evening third on the all-time list and passed Brett Favre (71,838 yards) on Monday, as well. Brees removed his helmet and hugged his wife, Brittany, and four children on the sideline.
Limiting global temperature rises to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels would put an end to burning fossil fuels to generate power. But it is not just electricity: transport, buildings and industry would have to become significantly cleaner.
Mike Stoops out as defensive coordinator
The 48 points scored by Texas on Saturday were the most ever scored against Oklahoma in the Red River Showdown. Stoops is the brother of former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops and current Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops.
Oil prices steady after Iranian exports fall further
Indian refiners imported around 10 million barrels of Iranian oil in October, and its November shipments are expected to be lower. The Islamic Republic exported 1.1 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude in that seven-day period, Refinitiv Eikon data showed.