- Mercedes strategy sees Hamilton slip from first to fourth
- British driver apologises for expletive-riddled tirade
Lewis Hamilton has said he won’t rein in his emotions while racing after he delivered several angry messages to his Mercedes team, riddled with expletives at the Dutch Grand Prix.
The British driver was frustrated at the team’s strategy decision that cost him the chance to challenge for victory and certainly a podium place. He let fly at them over the team radio as he was left on old tyres for the closing stages and swiftly fell from first to fourth place in a race won by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.
Written by Giles Richards at Zandvoort
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