The relationship between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton was strained even further at Spa-Francorchamps as Hamilton claims Rosberg admitted to intentionally causing contact
during the race.
While Rosberg says the clash was a racing incident, Hamilton and team boss Toto Wolff both said the championship leader was trying to “make a point” when the two collided on the second lap of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Ultimately, the end result was a retirement for Hamilton and Rosberg recovering to second place to extend his championship lead to 29 points with seven races remaining. The incident comes four weeks after Hamilton ignored a team order to allow Rosberg to pass in Hungary, while this year's Monaco Grand Prix was another flashpoint between the team-mates.
So it's time to have your say. Do you think Rosberg was wholly to blame for the collision in Spa? And if so, do you believe the move was a deliberate one? Or should some of the responsibility fall on Hamilton's shoulders too?
Perhaps the biggest question: Where does Mercedes go from here with the championship on the line and Daniel Ricciardo closing in? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.