Max Verstappen did not appear concerned on Thursday by a looming decision over Mercedes' attempt to have an incident at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix reviewed.
Verstappen forced Formula 1® title rival, Lewis Hamilton, off the track in Brazil last week in defending his position at the front of the race.
That was initially deemed a fair move, and Hamilton eventually passed the championship leader anyway, cutting the gap at the top to 14 points with a precious win.
But Mercedes subsequently appealed for the incident to be reviewed again on the basis of "new evidence".
The FIA has said stewards will announce whether the clash will be fully re-examined on Friday ahead of the Qatar Grand Prix, teeing up another nervous wait.
Both Verstappen and Hamilton were the subject of stewards' enquiries in Brazil, the latter handed his second penalty of the week due to a DRS issue.
But Dutchman Verstappen is not letting this latest controversy worry him ahead of a potentially pivotal Grand Prix.
"Listen, if it would have been the other way around in Brazil, it would have exactly played out like that," he told Sky Sports.
"It's hard racing. We are fighting for a championship; we are not here to be in a kindergarten."
Hamilton said: "I'm just putting all my energy to setting up the car and making sure I'm in the right headspace this weekend."