Formula 1 rivals Kimi Raikkonen and Kevin Magnussen say they have not spoken to each other following the various on-track incidents between them this season.
Raikkonen blamed McLaren rookie Magnussen for "destroying" his Malaysian Grand Prix earlier this season, after a hit from behind, and also criticised the Dane for damaging his Ferrari in the next race in Bahrain.
They made contact again in Monaco last time out, when Raikkonen misjudged a pass on Magnussen at Lowes in the closing stages.
Magnussen questioned his rival's judgement of the move after the race, and joked with Danish TV that maybe Raikkonen had been drinking.
But Magnussen told reporters ahead of this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix that he had not spoken to his rival about any of the incidents.
"There's not much to talk about really," Magnussen said.
"I'm pretty sure we both understand what happened in those different incidents, so we learn and move on from that.
"It's not something we do on purpose, it's something that is an accident."
Raikkonen reiterated that he only hit Magnussen in Monaco after running out of steering lock and needing to reverse to rejoin the track, and said he wasn't bothered by criticism from his rival.
"He can say what we wants in the news, that is his choice," Raikkonen said.
"Sometimes it goes like that.
"I tried [to pass him] in Monaco, but I didn't hit him - I just couldn't turn around any more.
"I hit him when I reversed because he was behind me, I had to push him backwards a little bit, but he can say what he wants. It is up to him."