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Lewis Hamilton after disaster in Saudi Arabia with humor: "Are there any points for that?"

Lewis Hamilton after disaster in Saudi Arabia with humor: “Are there any points for that?”

In the final stage of the race, seven-time world champion Kevin Magnussen M Haas withdrew. Mick Schumacher’s team was the weakest car on the field last season. The record world champion admitted ‘in the end I couldn’t keep up with Haas’ power’ “sky” to.

However, the 37-year-old is far from his expectations. “We still have a lot of work to do. But we are a great team, focused and doing our best,” said Hamilton, who was disappointed after the race.

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But the weekend in Saudi Arabia was a huge setback for the record champion. Hamilton has finished in only twice worse place since he switched to the traditional German brand nine years ago.

Hamilton is having a historically bad weekend

Recently last year. In the lead, he missed a few laps before the end after restarting the safety car and fell back to the end of the field.

“I just had problems with balance,” he said after the defeat in Search of Time. “We’re not where we want to be.”

Lewis Hamilton

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Mercedes early in the crisis

For many years, the Mercedes engine was the superlative non-plus engine at the pinnacle of motorsport. In Jeddah, only three drivers with a Mercedes engine finished in the points.

Hamilton’s teammate George Russell gave little hope of a speedy recovery. The 24-year-old championship said, “We are taking small steps forward, but we are still behind Red Bull and Ferrari. We need bigger steps. It is difficult to say exactly when our turn will be. Other teams are improving too.” Old or old.

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