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Coulthard hard on complaining drivers: 'Just get on with it'

Several Formula One teams have had to deal with porpoising this season. It has caused Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, among others, to make comments about their physical condition, but David Coulthard has no sympathy for the two drivers. Article continues under ad As a former Formula 1 driver, Coulthard knows better than anyone what it takes to be active in the motor racing class. According to the analyst, sport can be physically demanding, but it is not appropriate to complain about it. He said in an interview with Channel 4. Read more Wolff surprised at Hamilton and Russell working together: 'Astonishing'. "I think we have to keep in perspective that sport doesn’t come with...
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