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'There should have been a Safety Car'

Lewis Hamilton has questioned why the Safety Car wasn't brought out for Adrian Sutil's spin in Germany, saying it was dangerous for the marshals. While German driver Nico Rosberg was racing to the victory in Sunday's German GP, his compatriot Sutil spun his C33 on lap 49 and stalled in the middle of the track. However, instead of bringing out the Safety Car to allow the marshals the safety to deal with Sutil's stricken car, they were forced to run onto the track with nothing but waved yellows. Hamilton has questioned why. "It would have been a gamble to stay out just in case there was a Safety Car," he told Sky Sports News. "In fact, there should have been a Safety Car....
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