F1 experts have accused Mercedes of mismanaging Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton's dramatically imploding relationship.
The German team said contrite championship leader Nico Rosberg has now apologised for his clash with Hamilton in Belgium and been disciplined.
Britain's Daily Mail claims the penalty is a six-digit financial sum, paid to charity.
But Max Mosley, the former long-time FIA president, thinks Mercedes was wrong to so clearly point the finger of blame.
"If they decided to fine or punish Rosberg they should not have announced it," he said. "It's as if the team are blaming him publicly. That's not really right."
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