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Wolff gives reasons behind Hamilton's silence since Abu Dhabi GP

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton's silence since the conclusion of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is "because he simply lacks words". Hamilton lost the World Championship on the final lap of the season to Max Verstappen in controversial circumstances, having dominated the race. Mercedes protested the race classification as they felt the Safety Car restart procedure had not been followed. The cars between Hamilton and Verstappen were allowed to unlap themselves, whilst the rest of the lapped cars were not enabled to overtake the leaders to re-gain a lap. They also questioned whether the Safety Car was legally allowed...
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