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‘It's alarming': Hamilton’s defeatist radio message gave ‘true picture'

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle believes that the radio message from Sir Lewis Hamilton after his incident with Kevin Magnussen epitomised how he is feeling with the W13 at present. Having started the Spanish Grand Prix P6, Hamilton found himself being challenged on the outside at Turn Four by the Haas driver, but the pair came together, causing punctures for both of them. Five laps in, perhaps in an attempt to psyche himself back into the race, the 37-year-old got on the radio to Mercedes to tell them to “save the engine” and retire from the race. READ: Revealed: Red Bull nearly failed to start Spanish Grand Prix due to fuel issue In the end though, he made a sensational...
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