This is what obviously unhappy Hamilton had to say to Autosport after the race, but even more interesting would be to know what he “won’t say any more”:
1) On Alonso move after the race start:
“I wouldn’t say fair, but it was hard, the guy on the outside doesn’t always have the corner. I don’t know whether I was ahead, but there was enough room for us all to get round fair and square.I just feel for someone that’s always complaining about people doing unfair maneuvres, and everyone wanting to be fair and someone I look up to, and he has gone and swiped me and pushed me as wide as he could. I was just really lucky there was a run-off area so I could take that.
At Eau Rouge it’s impossible to take two Formula One cars through there without taking each other out, so I just lifted.
We all had equal starts, perhaps a little bit better for me than for Fernando. I braked quite late and was on the outside quite close to the Ferraris, and I was just behind Felipe. I started to accelerate and all of a sudden Fernando came sweeping across me, and he knew I was there, so…”
2) On the week that just passed:
I still feel positive, I know it’s difficult to believe that, but I am still leading the world championship by two points. He only took one point from me today. It’s been a tough week, and for sure a lot tougher week for me than for Fernando because … I won’t say any more.
Hmm, what is it that Lewis Hamilton won’t say anymore?