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Hamilton go back to the garage after the start incident

Lewis Hamilton says that he don’t want discuss about the Belgian Grand Prix start collision. Romain Grosjean and Lewis Hamilton made contact at Spa starting lap.

The French man moved across the track Hamilton on the run towards La Source, putting the McLaren on the grass. Just they are collide and crashed into Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and the Sauber duo going into the hairpin, Kobayashi continue the race but Sergio Perez retired from the race.

At the same time his team-mate Jenson Button took a superior pole position and race win. Hamilton qualified eighth position and yesterday he says older-specification rear wing cost his top qualifying position.

Lewis Hamilton congratulates the race winner and he wanted to move on and celebrate Button’s victory.

“I don’t want to talk about the start crash, Just congratulations to Jenson, he did a fantastic race. It looked like a walk in the park for him.” Hamilton said.

“It’s great to see that the team had the pace and I’ve got to try to pull that out of my car in the next race,” said Hamilton.

“I’ve had a lot worse than that,” he said.


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