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British journalist dismisses Hamilton's criticism of Mercedes after finishing behind Russell

Sky Sports reporter Ted Kravitz does not believe it would have been worthwhile bringing Sir Lewis Hamilton into the pits late on in the Miami Grand Prix, but questions who is calling the shots at Mercedes. Hamilton qualified sixth ahead of George Russell in Florida, but the 24-year-old went long on old Hards hoping to capitalise on a Safety Car, which he did when Lando Norris was wiped out by Pierre Gasly. There appeared to be an element of confusion as to what to do with the seven-time champion though, and Peter Bonnington asked Hamilton whether he wanted to come in, but the Briton did not have any knowledge of whether he had a pit window. READ: ‘That’s what your job is!’ Hamilton...
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