F1 » Hamilton dismayed by Singapore setbacks

Lewis Hamilton wasn't hiding his disappointment with how the Singapore GP turned out for Mercedes this weekend, with both cars finishing just off the podium by the finish.

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September 22, 2013 5:59 PM

oh come on! you didn't see your pitboard? how many times did you pass it during the race? 61?
nobody told you hat position you were in? surely as you were behind another car, you should not be worrying what position you were in, but concentrating on passing the car ahead....then keep passing others until there was no one else. then you would have been leading, or at least second as seb was so far ahead.
these are rather lame excuses and listening to his team on the red button, they were quite sharp with him.


September 22, 2013 6:00 PM

I heard through some people i know that Lewis has still not gotten over his split with Pussycat and so we cant expect a consistent Lewis until he becomes focused again. But the focused Nico looked quicker than Lewis all weekend it must be said.


September 22, 2013 6:09 PM

Stop blaming your team, it was the same at Monza. Your pit board is in the same place every lap so try looking at it. Probably too busy looking in his mirrors to see if his thatch was germinating in the heat!


September 22, 2013 6:38 PM

Anyway Mercedes have already reached their targets for this campaign so it wasn't a disaster year for them for sure. Hamilton should stop blaming his team, he could be driving a McLaren if Mercedes didn't approach him last year. Lewis must wait for next year and eat Alonso's dust in the meantime because Vettel will be so far ahead again than they won't see him at all after lap ten. That's for the rest of this season.


September 22, 2013 7:22 PM

Lewis you are not at mclaren you have to drive nothing ison the platter like at mc laren plus the biggest problem at merc right now is to many cooks in the kitchen and for lauda to publicly critise the workings of the team sums it up.

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