Lewis Hamilton slams Mercedes after his engine catches on fire in Malaysian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton has slammed Mercedes after he was forced to retire from the Malaysian Grand Prix as his engine caught on fire.
The British driver was in pole position ahead of the race but engine failure caused him to pull out.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo won, with Hamilton’s main rival Nico Rosberg finishing third behind Max Verstappen.
The result leaves him 23 points behind Rosberg and he let his feelings known straight after the bitter blow.
‘My question is to Mercedes,’ he said.
‘We have so many engines made for drivers, but mine are the only ones failing this year. Someone need to give... read more
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