Mercedes refute 'stupid' sabotage claims and feel Lewis Hamilton's pain after Malaysian Grand Prix blowout
Mercedes dismissed suggestions of sabotage to Lewis Hamilton's car as 'ridiculous and stupid' after another engine failure robbed the world champion of certain victory in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
A furious Hamilton, who now trails rival Nico Rosberg by 23 points in the title race, stoked the flames of a conspiracy theory by claiming 'someone doesn't want me to win', while also demanding answers from Mercedes.
But on a dramatic day at a sweltering Sepang, Hamilton later insisted he was referring to a 'higher power', and not turning on the team with whom he has won two successive... read more
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