'Verstappen over the limit for sure'
Lewis Hamilton tells Sky Sports: "For me I had to keep my cool out there which was difficult to do. I've been racing for 28 years and come across a lot of different characters. There are a few of them that are over the limit, rules do not apply or they don't think of the rules.
"I was just trying to do my talking on the track. There were so many crazy curveballs then he [Verstappen] brake tested me to get the DRS and overtake me again into Turn One.
"He is over the limit for sure. I've avoided collisions on so many occasions with this guy and I don't mind doing that as you live to survive another day.
"I didn't get the information [that Verstappen was letting him through] so it was very confusing and was he trying to play some crazy tactic? Then he hit the brakes so hard and I nearly went up the back of him.
"For him, it does not matter if we both don't finish but for me we both need to finish. I'm personally chilled. I feel like I'm in the boxing ring and I'm ready to go."
'Spectacular, but not good racing'
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff tells Sky Sports: "I don't think this is done yet. Lewis deserved it, he could've been out a few times with a broken wing. That was spectacular, but not good racing.
"The telemetry shows he [Verstappen] is slowing down, then accelerated, then slowing down again. Lewis did not know [if he was being allowed to move ahead], it's the wrong sequence of messages.
"We need to look at the stewards and they look at the telemetry and come to a judgement.
"It was a degree of frustration and I need to reserve judgement until I've seen the race again tomorrow.
"The driving needs to be assessed and looked at. It is hard, very hard, maybe over the line. We just want to have a clean championship and the best man wins.
"If it is Max, I'm at peace with that but we need it to be a fair race. Max has more wins so it's still an advantage. It's important to have a great, great race at the end of the season, with two fantastic drivers racing each other. It's going down to the wire and that's how it should be."