Its all-out war at Mercedes declared Mondays papers following Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosbergs race-ending collision at the Spanish GP. The Silver Arrows team-mates crashed on the run to turn four on the opening lap, leaving both cars damaged in the gravel.Lewis Hamilton was left seething with arch-enemy Nico Rosberg after crashing out of the Spanish GP, wrote Ben Hunt in The Sun. The warring team-mates, who sensationally clashed at Spa in 2014, will now be hauled in front of their Mercedes bosses and warned about their future conduct.Tensions between the pair have simmered beneath the surface since that infamous incident in Belgium and Hunt is unsure if Mercedes can continue to trust their two drivers.Hamilton and Rosbergs clash lit the touchpaper and this inter-team row sets up the Monaco GP perfectly after Hamiltons meltdown there last season, he wrote.It also raises serious questions about whether Merc chiefs can trust them to race fairly in the future. Anthony Davidson looks at the collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg that wiped both Mercedes drivers out of the Spanish Grand Prix on lap one In The Times, Kevin Eason declared that Hamiltons relationship with Rosberg was at new low following their latest clash.The public faces were straight, but the inner turmoil was all too evident to those who watched Hamilton and Rosberg explain the circumstances of the incendiary accident that blew the Spanish GP wide open and detonated what was left of the pairs shattered relationship as Mercedes team-mates, he wrote.Eason described Hamiltons move as desperate and suggested there could be more clashes to come.According to some astute observers, both drivers have acquired a new personality trait: in Rosberg, there is a streak of aggression not seen before and which may have emerged in spades here yesterday; the word applied to Hamilton was bleaker - desperation, he added. Lewis Hamilton says he wont get involved in the blame game over who was responsible for his crash with team-mate Nico Rosberg in Spain The Daily Telegraph led their sports section with a picture of Hamilton stricken in the gravel under the headline Hamiltons stupid move.The stewards elected to punish neither driver, deeming it a racing incident. Tellingly, that was a verdict both Hamilton and Rosberg declined to endorse, wrote Daniel Johnson.The debate will rage just as fiercely as the pair fought over an ever-diminishing piece of track to the point of calamity.It began as soon as a furious Hamilton threw the steering wheel out of his car, mangled and beached in the gravel not far from Rosbergs and will go on and on as Mercedes face the tall order of keeping their two drivers from colliding again. However, Johnson believes the situation will be handled differently to the 2014 clash at Spa.Although it was more visually spectacular, the consequences of this crash for their feud are perhaps not as extensive as when they collided in the Belgian GP two years ago, he wrote.Then, Rosberg was forced to apologise and publicly humiliated. This time, the team will try to be more relaxed. What will define this season, however, is how both drivers respond.With both Mercedes eliminated, the F1 fans were treated to an exhilarating fight during the remainder of the race between the two Ferraris and two Red Bulls for victory in Spain.People here had seen enough Mercedes dominance to last them a lifetime and a change of pattern was welcome, wrote Jonathan McEvoy in the Daily Mail.In The Sun Hunt added: This race was a thriller, just what the sport needed. The Mercedes clash somewhat overshadowed a maiden win for 18-year-old Max Verstappen, with only The Guardian leading on the Dutchmans victory.Under the headline of Verstappens fairytale victory shakes up F1 Paul Weaver wrote the delivery of the prodigy Max Verstappen, who became the youngest winner of a Formula 1 race, brought and iridescence to a sport that for too long has laboured in the single colour of the silver of Mercedes.Everyone apart from the stricken people at Mercedes appeared to be joyous. Many sagacious voices said he was too young but there can be no doubts now.The Suns Hunt declared Verstappen F1s newest superstar, while McEvoy described the Dutchmans drive as sure-footed precocity. Also See: Spanish GP: Verstappen victorious WATCH: Lewis-Nico crash analysed Brundle: Max F1s new start Custom Celtics Jerseys . -- Jimmy Walkers first PGA Tour trophy came with a special gift tucked inside. 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The race morning scratching of pre-post favourite and likely leader Religify has paved the way for Sweet Redemption to claim her biggest win in the Group Three Festival Stakes at Rosehill.Her rider Brenton Avdulla said the race had panned out perfectly for Sweet Redemption, runner-up at her past two starts in the Summoned Stakes at Sandown and the Goulburn Cup.With Religify out I was confident I could get complete control and it worked out perfectly, Avdulla said.In the straight they got to within half a length of me but she lifted again.Shes a very tough mare.Trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Sweet Redemption was supported late from $9 to start $5.50.Avdulla bounced her to the front and she rolled along at her own pace with enough in reserve to to hold off Melbourne visitor Hazzabeel ($6) by a short neck with Red Excitement ($11) another long neck third.The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Extensible started the $4.80 favourite but could only manage fifth while second elect Rageese ($5) finished ninth with premier Melbourne trainerr Darren Weir still chasing a winner in Sydney.ddddddddddddThe Festival Stakes (1500m) is a lead-up to Sydneys summer showpeice, the Group Two Villiers Stakes (1600m) in two weeks but Waterhouse said there were other options for Sweet Redeemotion.Well see how she pulls up but she is a Magic Millions horse so the fillies and mares race is where shell head, she said.How she gets there we cont yet know but theres more chance she will go north for one of those Listed races in Brisbane than the Villiers.She is lovely mare and keeps improving. But she has been up a while.The Magic Millions carnlval is on January 14 with all races worth a minimum $1 million.The Chris Waller-trained Religify was found to be lame after trackwork on Saturday morning putting his Villiers campaign in doubt.After a treble to Tim Clark at Rosehill, Avdullas win puts him back on level pegging in both the Sydney and state jockeys premierships. ' ' '