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Mercedes reveal why Hamilton's seat ‘felt cold' at 2022 Azerbaijan GP

Mercedes chief strategist James Vowles has revealed that Sir Lewis Hamilton had taken such a beating in Baku that his back felt numb at the end. Hamilton and team-mate George Russell suffered from a lot of bottoming out in Azerbaijan last weekend as a lot of cars began to feel the impact of the long straights, coupled with the low ride height as a result of the ground effect aerodynamics. On his way to a fourth-placed finish, Hamilton got on the radio to tell his team that his seat had started to feel cold, and Vowles was asked during Mercedes’ YouTube debrief if he knew exactly why that was. READ: Latifi admits he is ‘under pressure’ at Williams as reports claim he could be replaced...
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