Mercedes have rejected claims they engineered the mistake by Nico Rosberg that led to Lewis Hamilton winning the Italian Grand Prix.
The claims arose after Rosberg twice ran wide at Monza's first chicane, the second time gifting Hamilton the lead.
Three time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart says he thought it was all a bit too easy and wondered what was going on.
But Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says only a paranoid mind would come up with such an idea.
There were suggestions Rosberg had been ordered to atone for causing Hamilton's retirement at the Belgian Grand Prix after a collision.
Wolff denied the suggestions of a deliberate mistake.
"You mean whether we told him to miss the braking, go through the chicane and let Lewis past? No. This is for the drivers' world championship. He was under pressure and that was why it happened."
Mercedes has tweeted a picture of flying pigs alongside the caption: "Breaking news: Dramatic scenes in the skies over Brackley as #NR6 hands #ItalianGP victory to #F1 WDC rival #LH44...", using the official hashtags of both drivers.
Meanwhile former world champion Alain Prost says Hamilton and Rosberg could remain Mercedes team-mates for the next three seasons.
The McLaren boss Ron Dennis has predicted that the tensions could cause one driver to leave the team.
But Prost said "I don't think it can last for five or six years but it would be no problem for two or three."