- Seven-time world champion finished fourth at Australian GP
- Mercedes’ car continues to lag behind Ferrari and Red Bull
Lewis Hamilton has demanded more from his Mercedes team if he is to keep any hope of competing for this year’s Formula One world championship alive.
The seven-time champion was fourth at the Australian Grand Prix and is more than aware of the gulf that remains between Mercedes and front-runners Ferrari and Red Bull. Charles Leclerc’s dominant win at Melbourne emphasised just how strong the Ferrari is this year, with Hamilton and his teammate George Russell, who was third, still almost a second off its pace.
Written by Giles Richards
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