Pastor Maldonado has called for "more focused and respect" from Lewis Hamilton following an incident-packed weekend for the McLaren driver.
Venezuelan rookie Maldonado started Sunday's Belgian GP in 21st place after he was slapped with a five-place grid penalty and Hamilton reprimanded following their coming-together on the slow down lap after Q2 at Spa on Saturday.
Hamilton was involved in a similar incident with Kamui Kobayashi during the race. The duo battled for fourth position and made contact, sending the McLaren driver into retirement and the Sauber driver into the pits for repair work.
Maldonado says both drivers accepted their punishment for their actions on Saturday, but questioned Hamilton's driving.
"I think maybe we both made a mistake yesterday, and I am a bit disappointed that only I got a penalty and not him," the Williams driver told BBC Sport. "But anyway that's racing, we need to look forward. That's past. The only bad thing is that he did the same today, so I think he needs to be more focused on his race and not to do that movement."
When asked if the two incidents were similar, Maldonado answered: "A bit similar yes.
"For sure I think we should have slowed down after Turn 1," Maldonado added. "But in the end I think we lost our concentration you know and we were fighting. It was a bad thing. That's racing, that's Formula 1, we need to look forward.
"I think Lewis is a really talented driver, a really good friend, so we need to be more focused and respect each other more."
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