Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas has said that blame for their mid-race crash lies entirely at the feet of Williams' George Russell.
The pair had a huge crash together that resulted in a red flag stoppage, after they collided going into Tamburello. Russell had been pulling alongside the Mercedes when he seemed to lose control and slammed into the side of Bottas' car.
Russell ran over to the wreckage of Bottas' car to admonish him, with their body language suggesting fury on both sides.
An hour later, despite calming down, neither driver backed down in blaming each other.
"I could see him earlier on the straight," Bottas told Ziggo Sport. "And then, I noticed that he moved to the right. And, from the replays I saw, I always left space for two cars to be there, but he obviously lost it and hit me and that was game over."
With Russell shouting angrily over team radio about Bottas, the Finn said he didn't understand the Williams driver's reaction.
"I don't know what was he on about because it was clearly his mistake," Bottas said. "So I was not happy with him."
The incident is to be reviewed by the stewards, with both drivers summoned. Bottas explained that he hasn't yet trashed it out with Russell, but will do so in front of the authorities: "We'll see him at the stewards."