F1 title now out of Hamilton’s clutch
Brit made to rue awful start as Rosberg takes pole
A despondent Lewis Hamilton admitted he was at fault for the horror start in yesterday’s Japanese Grand Prix which now leaves the Formula One championship out of his control.
The Briton recovered to finish third after he lost six places on the opening lap. But Hamilton could now win each of the remaining four rounds in the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Abu Dhabi and still come up short in his quest for a fourth title.
Hamilton, who walked out of his press conference with the written media on Saturday in response to what he deemed to be... read more
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