Max Verstappen has angrily hit out at the continued questioning he and Lewis Hamilton are receiving after their Silverstone clash.
Hamilton, who is on pole for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, received a controversial 10-second time penalty having collided with title rival Verstappen on the opening lap at the British Grand Prix last time out.
But while Verstappen was forced to retire from the race and sent to hospital for checks, Hamilton recovered from his punishment and went on to record a famous win that reignited his labouring championship bid.
A fierce war of words followed as Red Bull criticised Hamilton and race stewards for what had transpired.
But two weeks on in Hungary, Verstappen has been unimpressed at repeated questions on the matter.
He then hit out when he was asked after qualifying how he and Hamilton would approach the start of this race if they end up wheel-to-wheel once more.
Standings leader Verstappen, who starts third behind Valtteri Bottas and ahead of Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez, cut off the question at a news conference for the top three drivers.
"Can we just already stop about this because we've had so many f*****g questions about this," he said
"It's just ridiculous, honestly. The whole Thursday we've been answering this stupid s**t all the time.
"So can we just stop about it please? We are racers. We will race. And, of course, we are going to race hard but fair. We'll just be pushing each other."
As the fallout from the British GP incident continues, Hamilton was booed by the Hungary crowd during qualifying and after recording the fastest time on Saturday.
The Mercedes driver told fans at the circuit they had "fuelled" his success as he seeks a 100th career Formula One win.
Asked about the booing, Verstappen said: "What do you want me to say? It is not correct, of course, but at the end of the day I think we are drivers.
"We shouldn't get disturbed by these kind of things. You should anyway just focus on what you have to do and that's deliver in the car.
"Luckily we wear helmets actually when driving. When it matters you don't hear anything. That's maybe a bit different to other sports, probably we are quite lucky with that.
"Of course, it's not nice but it shouldn't influence any of us. I think we are all very professional."
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff was in a jovial mood after his team's qualifying success and he was shown Verstappen's comments as part of an interview with Sky Sports.
Asked what he thought would happen at the first corner, he joked fifth-placed Pierre Gasly could be primed to benefit from another Mercedes-Red Bull clash.
"Let’s see what happens, I think it's going to be an exciting start," Wolff said.
"Maybe Gasly leads after turn one and all four cars are out!
"I'm just joking, I hope not. But it will be an exciting turn one and for sure from the strategy, we will see some interesting manoeuvres.
"But if I start teaching my drivers about how to approach turn one, it has actually completely gone off the rails.
"It [the rivalry] is exciting. You guys and everybody needs headlines and that keeps the sport interesting. It keeps stitching us up! But none of them has lost respect for each other, so let's see what happens."
Verstappen's lead in the standings has been cut to eight points, while Red Bull are just four clear in the constructors' championship.