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Hamilton: Little bit unfortunate, mixed emotions at the moment



Following the dramatic race for Brazilian Grand Prix, again bad luck continue with Hamilton, victims following the Hulkenberg’s childish drive at Turn 1 in the bad weather condition, the consequences comes-out Lewis Hamilton force out from the race and it was his final race with McLaren.

On the Lap 55 at turn one, Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg collide with race leader Hamilton and the Brit force out from the final race of the season, and the incident offered him right-front suspension failed. Following the incident stewards gives a drive through penalty for German and he fall down to fifth from the second place.

After the race Hamilton says that disappointed with retirement with little bit unfortunate. Also upset that Hulkenberg did not say sorry for their crash.

“It was a little bit unfortunate,” said Hamilton. “The dude didn’t even say sorry. So that says a lot.

“That’s what happens when you race with the less experienced. I feel OK, and I feel happy for the team to get the win.”

Lewis also said that mixed emotions at the moment and also excited for the future, and he added that need little bit of luck for new start next year with Mercedes.

“I feel a little bit like 2007, I feel a little bit numb.” Hamilton said the situation to the title he lost to Raikkonen at the final race.

“It’s mixed emotions at the moment. We were leading and we didn’t get to see through the race. I always like to see through the race. Then, I’m also excited for the future. Having a new start next year and then hopefully, at some stage, I’ll have a little bit of luck.”
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