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Disappointed Hamilton says really dislike going backwards



Disappointed Lewis Hamilton says that he was really dislike going backwards, the McLaren speedy start from the third on the grid and finished fifth position.

2008 world champion warned his team McLaren, he says the reality currently McLaren falling behind race by race others are picking up some serious pace in every race because teams have definitely got some work.

“It wasn’t the best result. But this is motor racing. I really dislike going backwards,” Hamilton told BBC.

“But we still came away with some points and there are many, many more races ahead of us so we just have to keep our heads up and keep pushing.”

He warned McLaren, which has not had a podium finish since China in April, had to react fast.

“I think the teams have definitely got some work to do because we are falling behind race by race,” said Hamilton. “The others are picking up some serious pace. If we’re not lucky then it will fall away from us.”

“My start was one of the worst starts I’ve had in a long time,” he said. “I just don’t understand why it happened when the two guys next to me and the guy behind me got perfect starts. I was very, very fortunate not to get caught up in the crash.

“We do thousands and thousands of starts through the year so it should not be a problem.”

Hamilton claims his time losses during the pit-stop, and he says – can’t possible to overtake Sebastian Vettel.

“I don’t know how long my pitstop was but I lost quite a lot of time,” said Hamilton.

“I just wasn’t able to really keep up with Alonso, and Sebastian got me through his pitstop, and then it didn’t seem possible to overtake.”

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