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Bruisa

July 28, 2014 11:56 AM
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F1 » Hamilton cost Rosberg win chance – Wolff


You're caught out TOTO! If Nico could have won, the you are saying Hamilton would have had a better Chance...Lap 55...Hamilton who was way quicker than Nico could have pitted also!! Hamilton to his brand new set of super softs just like Nico but Nicos were scrubbed? He would have stayed in front and been on his preferred tire and he would have had the better chance of winning!! A) because he is faster and B) he knows how to race and pass but Nico doesn't C) he's already in front of Nico. Caught out TOTO, just be honest and say "Merc said if we can have a German Champion it would be even better!!" but you bought Hamilton because you new if the bulls were closer you would need a top 3 driver (Hamilton/Alonso ( Vettel but now Ricciardo) but now you realise your car is fast enough u want nico to win and your throwing everything at Hamilton, 2 Race Mechanical Failures (Nico 1) 2 Quali Failures (Nico 0) 2 Terrible Tire Choices (Nico 1) and Hamilton's Pit Stops are always slower You shoul

Bruisa

July 28, 2014 12:24 PM
Last Edited 4 hours ago

F1 » Hamilton cost Rosberg win chance – Wolff


change tyres again, they didn’t call him in for an identical strategy to run to the end on the faster soft tyres and cover off the World Championship leader in the process. Had they done so then Hamilton would probably have won the race too. Look at how the numbers stack up: Rosberg crossed the line just six seconds behind Ricciardo having fallen over two seconds behind his team-mate prior to his final stop and then losing a chunk of time when he re-emerged behind Raikkonen and Bottas. As opprobrium is heaped on Mercedes, the irony is that the most damning accusation of all has been overlooked. It’s not that the team misjudged the race, the World Championship battle, public perception, strategy and all the rest, no, the ultimate mistake Mercedes made on Sunday was failing to spot how Hamilton should have won the race. Martin Brundle

Bruisa

July 28, 2014 12:23 PM

F1 » Hamilton cost Rosberg win chance – Wolff


Hamilton has described himself as “shocked” by the call. But what’s truly shocking is not merely the scale of Mercedes’ gross misjudgement but that only Hamilton despite the damage done to his equilibrium by two technical malfunctions in a week and despite the distraction of being at the maelstrom of the year’s most helter-skelter race seemed to be unique at Mercedes in fully grasping how Mercedes' botched strategy would unfold and then spectactularly unravel. “If I'd have let him past, he would have had the opportunity to pull away and when he does pit, he's going to come back and overtake me, so I was very, very shocked that the team would ask me to do that, to be able to better his position,” Hamilton remarked sagely during the post-race press conference. Credit for Hamilton for his clear-thinking in such trying circumstances. And yet, after further reflection, Hamilton might well ask why his own crew why, if they knew that Rosberg was behind him on the road and had to change ty


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