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Grosjean Suggests Hamilton & Mercedes Struggled To Agree New Salary

Former F1 driver Romain Grosjean has said he believes that the reason for the hold-up in Sir Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes inking a new deal was the seven-time World Champion asking for more money than the Silver Arrows were willing to pay. READ: Ex-F1 Driver Warns Vettel Could Be Axed Mid-Season If Stroll Outperforms Him Hamilton’s last contract expired at the end of 2020, but the Brit didn’t sign a new deal with Mercedes until February. It had been speculated that Hamilton’s demands for a pay rise and his push for a clause in his contract which would give him more influence over who Mercedes run in the other car were responsible for the delay. Grosjean still believes that the...
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