London: Bosses of McLaren and Ferrari have asked Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa to sort out their differences after they clashed for the sixth time in the season during Sunday's inaugural Indian Grand Prix.
At turn five of lap 24, Hamilton attempted to pass Massa on the inside and the Brazilian turned into him. The stewards for the first time in the season favoured Hamilton by giving Massa a drive-through penalty.
"They're young drivers but they're not that young. They're men. They've got to figure it out for themselves. They have to sort it out. They've been coming together too frequently. Clearly, Lewis and Felipe are magnetic," Martin Whitmarsh, the McLaren team principal, was quoted as saying by The Guardian.