Verstappen/Hamilton crash showed "lack of self-control" - Hill
The incident at the first chicane put both men out of the race, and it came just three races after contact between the pair at Silverstone led to a heavy crash for Verstappen.
By coincidence, Hill himself had collisions with then rival Michael Schumacher at both the British and Italian GPs when they were fighting for the championship in 1995.
He says the rivalry between the current title contenders has made for a great battle, but one that he would prefer to see settled on merit.
"It's made it very gripping," Hill told Motorsport.com. "It's enthralling and fascinating.
"I just think it's a shame in our sport that it inevitably boils over into these crashes. I don't think that's an exhibition of skill. It exhibits a lack of self-control, really. …
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