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Mercedes break silence on Lewis Hamilton team orders theory

Mercedes' Trackside Engineering Director, Andrew Shovlin, has faced a challenging question from British broadcaster Ted Kravitz regarding Lewis Hamilton's performance in the Singapore Grand Prix. Kravitz inquired whether Hamilton could have secured victory in Singapore if Mercedes had allowed him to pass George Russell during the race.  In response, Shovlin offered insight into the race dynamics, stating, 'I'm sure that Lewis will think that if he'd been there, he would have done that.  “Lewis was doing slightly quicker lap times closing up but George was managing the tyres to make sure he had the grip to fight when he got there.  Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the...
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