Website PlanetF1 names him driver of the day and says: "Hamilton was clearly down in the dumps after the incident, but his recovery drive was an incredible one with ridiculously quick pace throughout the rest of the afternoon".
Wolff said Allison had privately questioned whether Raikkonen's mistake was "either deliberate or incompetent".
However, Raikkonen, attempting a pass on the inside of the corner, locked up and spun the four-time champion around to the back of the field.
All of which sounded like anguished moans of the vanquished to Vettel, who with victory extended his championship lead to eight points. By all accounts, the updates Mercedes brought to its vehicle during the triple header have given the W09 the edge over the Ferrari, but it's by no means huge.
"If it had been Bottas, it would have been five seconds, that's the thing".
Hamilton added: "All I would say is that it's two races in which a Ferrari has taken out a Mercedes". However, he said that none have been forthcoming. "Our position is that we are happy to take on a manageable risk, but not an unreasonable one".
"I think it was absolutely the right decision to do. But there is no agreed offer on the table backed by cash". If you can't understand and appreciate that, then I fully understand. But it has to be long-term.
Force India's Esteban Ocon was a quiet but excellent seventh, as Fernando Alonso passed Magnussen in a fiery late fight to finish eighth.
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The collision on the opening lap was the second in three races in which a Ferrari had hit a Mercedes, which led to several at Mercedes to question the Italian team's tactics. "We have seen the very best of both title rivals this weekend". "When there will be something to announce, we will be the first to do so and the fans, the sport's most important asset, will be the first to know". "With this competition we are looking to give more access to information and data - some of which has never been shared beyond the garage and cockpit".
The huge turnout at the British Grand Prix showed why Formula One can not turn its back on Silverstone, according to managing director Ross Brawn.
"This is the greatest race of the year and the greatest crowd, I am sorry I could not bring it home for you today", Hamilton told the crowd.
Prior to Sunday's race Silverstone had become something of a fortress for Mercedes, with a run of five consecutive victories dating back to Nico Rosberg's surprise victory in 2013.
"I'm sure we're going to find a solution with Silverstone because we can not leave this behind", Formula One's managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn told Sky Sports television on Sunday.