Niki Lauda has accused fellow Austrian and F1 rival Dr Helmut Marko of playing games to secure the services of world champion Sebastian Vettel.
Earlier in Hungary, the paddock was alight with speculation Vettel has been made offers - some "outrageous" - to switch from Red Bull after the 2015 season.
The source of the rumour was undoubtedly Marko.
"I don't know which sources Helmut has, or doesn't have, but they seem to vary, let's say," Vettel said in Hungary.
Lauda, the team chairman at Mercedes, categorically denied he is out fishing for a potential new teammate for Nico Rosberg.
"I know absolutely for sure and clearly that we have not made any offer to...
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