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‘That's what your job is!' Hamilton slams Mercedes after finishing behind Russell in Miami GP

Sir Lewis Hamilton was not best pleased with his Mercedes team after their indecisiveness regarding his strategy under the Safety Car in Miami. Hamilton had been running in sixth place behind Valtteri Bottas in Florida with Russell in fifth after starting the race on Hards due to his elimination in Q2 on Saturday skewing his strategy. The 24-year-old was waiting out for a Safety Car, and duly got one when Pierre Gasly hit Lando Norris, meaning that, not too dissimilarly from the Australian Grand Prix, Russell was afforded a cheap pit stop. READ: Lewis Hamilton ‘grateful’ for improved qualifying performance in Miami They both cleared Bottas after the Mercedes driver made a mistake at...
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