In the aftermath of the British GP, Hamilton also gave his take on the issue.
The four-time F1 world champion from Hertfordshire claimed his 76th career pole position, beating Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in P2 by 44 thousandths.
Such was Lewis Hamilton's anger in the immediate aftermath of the British Grand Prix that he walked off before giving a post-race interview done in anger. "I'm great to have been able to get back to second and minimise the loss", Hamilton said. "If in two years we still feel the same about each other, then it would be clear that we will continue".
When the race restarted, Bottas lost the lead and sank to fourth place, although Hamilton held on for second behind Sebastian Vettel.
However, Bottas felt he could have challenged Hamilton for a front row start. Go be great today and be you and give zero f**** to what anybody thinks.
"It is a lot of constructor points", Wolff said.
"I don't think he wanted to say any words that he'd regret down there". Ferrari have got a little bit fortunate in the last couple of races so I hope that we get a few more positive races. 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 auto brought the SC out again.
Rosberg told Bild: "Lewis is not really a football fan".
Daniel Ricciardo came home fifth for Red Bull ahead of Nico Hulkenberg of Renault, Esteban Ocon of Force India, Fernando Alonso of McLaren and Kevin Magnussen of Haas.
Between the track battles and the scalding rhetoric what we have is a white-hot title battle.
But Ferrari are fuming at Hamilton and their former technical chief James Allison who quit the Italian outfit to join Mercedes in 2016.
Valtteri Bottas admitted that not coming in under the Safety Car may have been a mistake as he slipped from P1 to P4 during the British Grand Prix.
Brendon Hartley's miserable weekend continued as his Toro Rosso was wheeled back early.
"That ended up working out, because he was the later one to pit, so he was the one who at the end had tyres that were still OK compared to Bottas".
"The auto performed well in the heat on the long runs and we hope we can achieve the same level of performance, or more, when it counts".
Onlookers observed that Hamilton looked angry when he got out of his auto at the end of the race, but the British star was quick to clarify his post-race demeanour when asked if he'd felt aggrieved.
But Kimi's wife, Minttu Raikkonen, posted on Instagram: "If You Cry Like a Girl When You Lose, Do Ballet". The New Zealander crashed spectacularly in Saturday's final practice.
'It has to be the best track in the world, ' said Hamilton. He also won the Canadian Grand Prix on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, which, like Silverstone, has recently played to the power-strength of Mercedes.
Valtteri Bottas at the 2018 British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
It's a design decision that championship rival Mercedes has been doing too when it has run a spoon wing, as it too looks to improve flow consistency.