Red Bull failed in their bid for Hamilton’s 10-second penalty to be reviewed.
The collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen overshadowed the British Grand Prix.
Mercedes and Red Bull bosses Toto Wolff and Christian Horner got involved in discussions over Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s Silverstone crash.
Mercedes insist the seven-time world champion was not to blame for the collision with Max Verstappen.
Lord Hain, vice-chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Formula One, believes Horner will “regret” the remarks he made.
Hamilton was dealt a 10-second penalty following his 190mph collision with Verstappen at Silverstone.
Lewis Hamilton revived his championship challenge at Max Verstappen’s expense on Sunday.
A statement said the British driver was sent racist messages during and after his success at the British Grad Prix.
Title rival Max Verstappen accused him of being dangerous, disrespectful and unsportsmanlike following their clash at the British Grand Prix.
The Briton is now just seven points behind Max Verstappen.
Hamilton’s opening-lap collision with Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix led to the Dutchman being taken to hospital.
Hamilton collided with title rival Verstappen on the first lap before clinching victory with a late overtake of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.
The title rivals collided at Copse corner.
The seven-time world champion departed Northamptonshire’s World War Two airfield on the eve of the British Grand Prix in a sullen mood.
The seven-time world champion started from first but was desperately slow away from his marks.