Lewis Hamilton Reckons This First-Lap Crash Was Planned By Ferrari

KEVIN EASONJuly 8 2018 12:01am The Sunday Times Silverstone unwilling to pay price for staging F1’s greatest showpiece Kevin Eason

KEVIN EASONJuly 8 2018 12:01am The Sunday Times Silverstone unwilling to pay price for staging F1’s greatest showpiece Kevin Eason

"Go be great today and be you and give zero fcks to what anybody thinks".

"It's not going to be easy to pass them tomorrow, but we've seen overtaking on this track before, so there's still opportunity for more".

With the victory, Vettel extended his lead in the drivers championship, now eight points ahead on 171 points.

At the French Grand Prix, Vettel ran into Hamilton's teammate Valtteri Bottas at the start of the race, an incident which forced him to retire.

'To be honest before the race I was really very concerned about him. "With this competition we are looking to give more access to information and data - some of which has never been shared beyond the garage and cockpit".

The Briton appeared drained by the effort, and deeply unimpressed by a first-lap collision with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen that sent him spinning to the back.

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But in a post released on his Instagram account on Monday, Hamilton said: "Kimi said sorry and I accept it and we move on".

According to Autosport, Toto Wolff, head of Mercedes F1, simply referred to the event as a "racing incident". "I find it a bit unnecessary to even go there".

"The most important problem for Seb was his neck", the Scuderia team principal told Sky Sports F1 after the race.

However, he was playing catch-up from as early as the third turn of the race, with Kimi Raikkonen locking his front wheel and sliding into Hamilton's rear, causing the Mercedes to spin.

Any race where your team wins will be declared as a great race by a team boss but when the racing is brilliant throughout the field, the action is close, and your driver still reigns supreme, it's that little bit sweeter.

Referencing the whack taken by his Mercedes team-mate, Valterri Bottas, at the hands of Vettel in France a fortnight ago, Hamilton, who recovered brilliantly to finish second, offered this assessment: "All l would say is that it's two races in which a Ferrari has taken out a Mercedes".

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Hamilton is bidding for a record sixth win at Silverstone, but his once-dominant team have arrived here under a cloud following strategy mistakes this season. But it is what it is and we just need to learn, understand and just try to get in control of the tyres in the best possible way.

"I lost almost 3kg [in body fluids] trying to get back to the top for you and my team", he said, addressing his 6.7 million followers on the social media platform. I want to give them a message - it's been a attractive battle, a battle that I think the audience appreciated.

'I lost almost 3kg trying to get back to the top today for you and for my team, ' he told his followers.

"Without the mistakes and the 10-second penalty, it would have been better but I tried".

"Honestly, to get back to second it's huge for us and I will definitely take it, of course, and I'm happy with the drive that I did".

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