Jarno Trulli and Adrian Sutil continued with their heated dispute over their accident at the Brazilian Grand Prix, having another debate during Thursday's press conference in Abu Dhabi.
Trulli, showing photographs of the accident to prove his point, was still angry at his Force India rival, who was baffled to understand why the Italian was "freaking out."
"I think we're going to discuss it probably tomorrow in the drivers' briefing and in the GPDA briefing," Trulli said. "Iit was very disappointing to end the race like that, especially on the first lap.
"Obviously, I think I had every reason to be extremely furious. I've got all the evidence to show that I was there, I was next to him, so I think tomorrow we are going to discuss it."
Sutil said he saw no reason to continue the debate.
"I think there's nothing to discuss. It was a quite obvious incident," he said. "In the end it was a very disappointing for myself, even more, I think, because I was the one who was just driving and he lost control of his car and crashed into my back, so it was not my problem, it was his problem. I don't know why he's freaking out like that, to be honest."
Trulli continued: "If you want, I can show you some pictures. I don't know if you're blind but they clearly show you that my front wing is next to your front wing, so.."
Sutil again insisted he saw no problem with the incident.
"You're trying to overtake me on the outside on the curbing. There was not a problem," the German said. "You were just not going off the power. The same happened in Barcelona where you lost control again and crashed again into a Force India car."
Trulli, who was fined for confronting Sutil after the Interlagos crash, refuted Sutil's view.
"In Barcelona, I spun and he hit me because he tapped the curb, he completely cut the circuit and he didn't slow down."
Sutil responded: "No, no. Watch the race in Barcelona. I didn't hit you, you hit me. I don't know what's the problem – but maybe your eyes are a problem."