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Hamilton would stop making stupid mistakes – Lauda

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Aug.29 – McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton involved one more crash-full weekend in Belgium; he was involved in crash on Qualifying and Race.

In qualifying Q2, Hamilton and Pastor Maldonado made little collide following the chequered flag, when the latter side-swiped Hamilton. The incident was investigated by the stewards when handed Hamilton a reprimand and Maldonado a five-grid slot penalty.

In Lap 13, Lewis Hamilton had overtaken Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi on the come near to Les Combes. But he appeared to be unaware of the closeness of the Sauber driver as he turned into the corner. It might be described as a racing incident but Hamilton was guilty of carelessness.

Hamilton published on his Twitter: “After watching the replay I realise it was my fault today 100%. I didn’t give Kobayashi enough room though I thought I was past. Apologies to Kamui and to my team. The team deserves better from me.”

Triple times world champion Niki Lauda told guardian about the Hamilton’s incidents: “Lewis is one of the best drivers in Formula One if he would stop making stupid mistakes.”


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