Williams F1 Team
Valtteri Bottas says that Williams team-mate Pastor Maldonado drove unfairly during the closing moments of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Maldonado dived down the inside of Bottas into the Casio triangle on the final lap, forcing Bottas to run wide and concede the position.
Maldonado came across the line in 16th place, ahead of Bottas.
'There was no space on the track. It was not fair,' Bottas told BBC Sport.
'If I hadn't gone straight on we'd have crashed. Racing shouldn't be like that.'
Maldonado disagreed with Bottas's view, saying that the move was 'close, but quite clean.'
'I got the position. I was faster than him.'
'For sure it’s not making any big difference but when...
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