A furious Felipe Massa strongly criticised Lewis Hamilton's driving after they clashed in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Yesterday Massa had slammed Hamilton following a near-miss in Q3, and today they made contact immediately after the first pitstops, with the Ferrari given a puncture when the McLaren clipped it during an abortive passing move.
Hamilton had to pit for a replacement wing and was given a drive-through penalty for the incident. While he recovered to fifth, Massa could only get back to ninth.
"My thoughts are that, again, I told you yesterday that he cannot use his mind," said Massa.
"Even in qualifying, so you can imagine in the race. He could have caused a big accident. He is paying for that, that's the problem. He doesn't understand, even paying for a problem.
"The problem was that I was in the middle so I had a puncture in my tyres and I pay a lot."
Massa felt Hamilton's penalty was fully deserved.
"It is important that FIA is looking and penalising him all the time he is going in the car because he cannot think about it," said Massa.
The Brazilian was also frustrated that the timing of the safety car had not worked out well for his comeback drive.
"I was not even lucky on the safety car," Massa admitted. "I stopped for the super soft in that moment to gain lap-time, but then after five laps the safety car came and I had the wrong tyres to finish the race.
"So I was not very lucky as well with the strategy and also - again - something has happened with a guy [Hamilton] who did [that] how many times with me this year? So many times."