Following the events of Silverstone, the FIA has warned teams that interfering with stewards investigations will not be tolerated.

It was a subject which came under the spotlight following Red Bull’s criticism of Mercedes boss Toto Wolff, with the Austrian outfit taking issue with his conduct after Lewis Hamilton had collided with Max Verstappen on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix.

Red Bull stated that Wolff had gone into the race control room immediately after the incident, pleading Hamilton’s innocence to the stewards.

Speaking to, Wolff said he had been acting off the guidance of FIA race director Michael Masi, who had “advised me to go to the stewards, or to speak to the stewards directly, which I did.

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