He may end up with a fine for it. I thought it would have been a nice touch to wear a Ferrari t-shirt on the podium instead of asking for cops to be arrested.I see Mr Hamilton is under investigation by the FIA for his BLM t-shirt on the podium. Proper order if you ask me.
It wasn't Bottas fault at all and he's been cleared of any wrong doing. Any other driver on the grid would have done exactly what he done, the mid pack got too racy too soon, over half the grid received a warning- 12 of them accelerated and braked according to the data before the lead car had restarted the race. But ultimately the green flags were waving and that means go so I don't blame anyone but the FIA/flag wavers for prematurely telling everyone to start racing again.I only watched the highlights last night. Total Chaos, its a great track, but Mugello may not be fit for purpose for future F1 races.
Bottas 100% caused to pile-up. Yes, he was within his rights to back things up and try to neutralise Hamilton's tow on the straight, but it was extremely dangerous and selfish to do so. Leading the pack, he had a duty of care to every driver behind him.
If I had been driving one of the cars near the back of the pack and seen greens on the start/finish, I would definitely have been Full-open too. Nearly a Billy Monger moment for someone....