Never mind the drivers, Michael Masi has made it clear to Christian Horner and Toto Wolff that he won’t play their “games” with them.

While the on-track battle of the season rages between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, the off-track war-of-words belongs to Red Bull and Mercedes.

And there have already been a few heated exchanges via the media.

Following the British Grand Prix accident, Wolff accused Red Bull of making it “personal” with Horner responding by saying the Austrian’s attack on Verstappen was “unjustified”.

Two months later, now having crashed at the Italian Grand Prix, Wolff blamed Verstappen for a “tactical foul” with Horner “disappointed” about his counterpart’s comments.

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