It was championship leader Vettel's fourth win of the season and extends his advantage over Hamilton from one point in the standings to eight after 10 season races.
Her cryptic comments are bound to anger Mercedes and Hamilton even though the Brit said he had accepted Raikkonen's full apology for wrecking his race.
"Interesting tactics I would say from this side but we'll do what we can to fight them", Hamilton said.
Raikkonen, for his part, was apologetic for causing the accident.
Wolff said Allison had privately questioned whether Raikkonen's mistake was "either deliberate or incompetent". "But that's how it goes sometimes". The track wasn't green for very long though, and a clash between Remain Grosjean in the Haas and Carlos Sainz Jr in the Renault F1 vehicle brought the SC out again. "That's how it goes".
Raikonnen knocked Hamilton into a spin in the first lap, and the British Grand Prix defending champion had to rejoin the race in 18th place, but managed to work his way back up to fifth by lap 20.
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Meanwhile, Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has taken a pop at Mercedes's Technical Director, James Allison, as tempers boiled over following a brilliant race at Silverstone, which was won by Sebastian Vettel. The Sauber driver lost the rear of his auto when he turned into the first corner with DRS still open and flew across the gravel and nose-first into the tyres. The opening race in Australia is also due to take place one week earlier so that the sport will not have to cram in three consecutive grands prix. Hamilton sliced past him on the next lap to steal second and Raikkonen relieved him of third on lap 49. What's more, Mercedes had taken great pleasure in dominating on Italian soil at Monza in recent years - a track where Ferrari's victory drought dates back to 2010 - and this was seen as payback. There was a delay before the Swede emerged from his auto, but the fact he did so apparently unharmed speaks volumes for the improvements in safety in F1. "Valtteri was pushing like insane".
He added: "If BWT wants the name of the team to be changed to BWT Racing, like Red Bull Racing, they need to make a very long-term commitment".
"The race was fantastic. What an fantastic day". Three laps later he was into the points after passing Kevin Magnussen's Haas, and on lap 11 he was up to sixth having dispatched of Nico Hulkenberg's Renault.
The Ferrari driver had two penalty points applied to his superlicence in addition to the in-race time penalty.
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"There is no way I can compete with new tyres", he said.