F1 » Hamilton takes title lead after easy Mercedes one-two


Lewis Hamilton moved in to the championship lead with his fourth consecutive victory as Mercedes dominated the Spanish Grand Prix

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beetljuice23

May 11, 2014 2:55 PM

Think Vergne is officially the unluckiest driver of all time. And how on earth Kvyat (and Ricciardo last year) never get the same mechanical problems or team mistake ? the wheel incident was almost comical,it was so bad. I think Toro Rosso are trying to sabotage Vergne's career or something. I feel sorry for the guy...

Cryonbrian

May 11, 2014 3:01 PM

Very understandable why Hamilton would react towards his team the way he did. All of you poster who have regular jobs would be just as upset with your employer if they did something that you felt makes no sense. So give Hamilton a break. After all he is fighting for a world championship.

Thepain

May 11, 2014 3:01 PM

Great race by the Bulls and Lewis winning the race which I feel Nico should have taken had he had more of something. Lewis pits was just bad, I don't think that the car was so bad, he was just mad he could not pull away from Nico. 4 in a row. That's what I am talking about MANNNNNNNNNN

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