Max Verstappen says there are no hard feelings between himself and Sebastian Vettel as the "cleared a lot of stuff" after Mexico.
Verstappen and Vettel have been involved in several on-track clashes this season the most recent taking place at the Mexican Grand Prix.
Vettel was furious when Verstappen cut a corner and did not yield the position as they fought over third place.
The Dutchman was later penalised for gaining an advantage, which elevated Vettel, only for the German to be penalised for moving under braking in his tussle with Daniel Ricciardo.
The two have subsequently cleared the air.
Taking part in a Q&A on Facebook for Hisense, the Red Bull driver was asked about their relationship, he replied: "Good.
"We had a phone call as well [after Mexico] and I think we cleared a lot of stuff and that was fine.
"I think the relationship is good, no real issues there. No, absolutely not [any hard feelings].
"At the end of the day we are racing drivers so we get over it very quickly."
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