Rubens Barrichello slammed Michael Schumacher's driving during the Hungarian Grand Prix as 'horrendous' after the pair nearly crashed.
Williams driver Barrichello came within inches of touching the pit wall at around 300 km/h after Schumacher swerved to the right as the Brazilian tried to overtake along the main straight.
The duo came very close to making contact and Barrichello had to put part of his wheels on the grass to avoid a crash. The Brazilian nonetheless passed Schumacher for tenth and went to score a point, but he was unimpressed with his former teammate's driving.
"I have a lot of experience and usually with a crazy guy like that I would lift off, but not today, absolutely not," Barrichello told Spanish network La Sexta right after the race.
"I think it has been one of the most beautiful maneuvers I've done and one of the most horrendous from him. At the end of the day we don't need that. To stop for three years and then come back and do something like that, we don't need it."
He added: "What I'm saying is that it was not necessary. The safety car came out at a time when it didn't help me, but it was a great race. I'm happy."
Schumacher shrugged off the incident, however.
"This is F1," Schumacher told Italian television RAI when questioned about his move.
"I think I left him too much room because he passed."