Our colleagues over at Autosprint in Italy report that "the drivers" want Lewis Hamilton's on-track behaviour to be discussed with Charlie Whiting before next weekend's Japanese GP at Suzuka.
It's not hard to deduce where that's come from given his incident with Felipe Massa in Singapore and the Italian media's predilection for all things Ferrari.
Hamilton's 2011 season has not been great but you can't help thinking that rather too much is being made of everything he does - or doesn't.
On a weekly basis Hamilton is criticised for what he says, criticised for what he doesn't say, and given unsolicited advice from anyone with a mouth or a functioning keyboard. It's easy to understand why he might be a little confused.
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