LEWIS HAMILTON has taken a swipe at Max Verstappen's row with team-mate Sergio Perez by comparing them to the Kardashians.
Despite winning both titles, Red Bull ended the year marred in controversy after the revelation of their cost cap breach as well as a rift between Verstappen and Perez.
It all came to a head at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix with the Mexican fuming at the the two-time world champion for refusing to obey a team order to let him through.
The Dutchman, on the other hand, brought up a grievance he had held against Perez as he felt he crashed on purpose during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix in May.
Hamilton appears to be loving every minute of it and even claims his rivals' tiff reminds him of the outlandish drama depicted on the reality series Keeping up with the Kardashians.
The Mercedes superstar described the situation as "entertaining" and hopes to see more of it on the upcoming season of Drive to Survive on Netflix.
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Hamilton told Channel 4: "It feels like the Kardashian show, it’s pretty hilarious.
"Some of the stuff I’ve heard in the past few days has been so entertaining. There was somebody’s mother posting something.
"It was pretty interesting stuff. I’m sure it’ll be in Netflix, it’s going to be great.”
Hamilton was presumably referring to a subsequently-deleted social media post from Verstappen’s mother.
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Sophie Kumpen appeared to suggest Perez had been unfaithful to his wife – a situation the driver has previously addressed.
British legend Hamilton finished the season sixth with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc second behind Verstappen.
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