Lewis Hamilton says his reliability issue during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix is 'beyond bad luck' and is expecting a difficult race tomorrow.
The Brit was on his out lap in the first qualifying segment when the back of his car caught fire. He was forced to abandon his Mercedes W05 in the pit lane, allowing marshals to quickly extinguish the flames.
It is thought that the cause of the fire was a fuel leak. 'I can't really believe it today, there was just nothing I could do,' Hamilton said after the session.
'There was an issue with the car as I was coming out of the second to last corner and then the engine just cut out. I thought we could get it back to the garage but then I...
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