Lewis Hamilton apologised to Alexander Albon after their collision in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Hamilton collided with Albon during a botched overtake and the Mercedes driver was investigated, seeing him penalised to drop him from third to seventh.
But the British superstar has apologised to the Red Bull ace and has taken full responsibility of the incident.
Hamilton said after the race: “I massively apologise to Albon. Completely my fault.
“The gap was there but it closed at the end. It was definitely my fault.
“I raced my heart out and left nothing on the table. I took a lot of risks today.”
Hamilton finished in third place, but his admission of fault contributed to him being given a five-second penalty.
That penalty meant Carlos Sainz, who started at the back of the grid with McLaren, moved into the top three.
Albon spun around and ended up all the way down in 15th place, even though he almost finished second.
Max Verstappen won the epic Brazilian Grand Prix ahead of Pierre Gasly, who just held off Hamilton.
Verstappen was superb throughout the race but isn’t the main talking point of the event.
Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel also crashed with each other during the race.
But Verstappen is still thrilled that he won the race and is happy with the way he handled Hamilton.
The Red Bull driver said: “Lewis was very quick so I had to keep pushing and all the time.
“He pitted early so we had to be on top of our pitstops we had a good move on him.
“I could control the race with the tyres I had it was unbelievable it was a lot of fun out there and great to win the race.”