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Pitting Hamilton was best option, insists Allison

Though Lewis Hamilton could have made his tyres last until the end of the Turkish Grand Prix, Mercedes chief technical officer, James Allison insists that pitting the Briton was the right decision. Though directed by his team to pit, Hamilton Continued to argue with his engineers before finally stopping for fresh inters on lap 50, the last person to do so. At the time he pitted he was third, rejoining in fifth. However, like Charles Leclerc, who pitted on Lap 47, the Briton was now out of synch with the majority of the field, and about to encounter the graining phase that they had already gone through. The consequent effect on his car's handling meant the Briton was unable to make up...
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