Arrivabene told Sky Italia after the race that Allison should be ashamed if he had said that.
"We had a super vehicle, a great strategy and we did it at their home [race]", Vettel responded.
"But it was just a stupid manoeuvre and a stupid manoeuvre that happened a second time in three races - that's why [I had] the emotion".
Hamilton said that his immediate post-race remarks were down to the exhaustion he felt after such a demanding race. The Italian team doubled their lead over Mercedes in the constructors' championship to 20 points.
Vettel was left stuck between the two Mercedes drivers as Bottas took the lead.
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Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff said: "You probably can't ask for anything more from a qualifying session than to have three cars within a tenth of a second at the front". The accusations were well wide of the mark. It was a great drama - I think a race that I enjoyed a lot and I think the people enjoyed a lot.
Reading a text message sent to him by Vowles after the race, Wolff said: "There were a number of unfair comments against you (Wolff) after Austria".
"We have got another 11 races to go and it already feels like the longest season of my life, but this race encourages me that I still have the fight in my heart".
Raikkonen crossed the line ahead of Valtteri Bottas, who had led with only five laps of the race remaining.
The four-time champion seized the lead at the start and fought back after losing the initiative during two safety vehicle periods to register his second win at Silverstone and the 51st of his career.
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It was absolutely the right decision - if I had followed them into the pits I would have come out behind them on equal tyres and I would have struggled to get by them and most certainly would not have been second.
The Englishman clearly blamed Raikkonen, who was handed a 10-seconds penalty, for the crash and found it hard to face the Finn or accept an apology. "Interesting tactics I would say but we will do what we can to fight them". The Briton clarified that the event was merely a "racing incident"-sharing Wolff's thoughts".
In a race with two late safety vehicle periods, reigning champion Hamilton went from pole position to the rear of the field before finishing second for Mercedes in a superb fightback.
Force India co-owner and principal Vijay Mallya has admitted that the British-based Formula One team's shareholders would seriously consider an approach from potential investors.
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Unexpectedly, Ricciardo made a second stop after 31 laps, lifting Hamilton to fifth as the Australian rejoined sixth, but on softs. Also incompetent.Who? Kimi? Who's he to judge what a driver is doing in the vehicle?