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Sport Brawn's advice to Hamilton: Lick your wounds and learn

13:10  04 october  2020
13:10  04 october  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday' s Russian Grand Prix, Formula One' s managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn said on Monday. Six-times world champion Hamilton collected two

LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday' s Russian Grand Prix, Formula One' s managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn said on Monday. Six-times world champion Hamilton collected two five-second penalties in

By Alan Baldwin

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LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix, Formula One's managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn said on Monday.

a person wearing a hat: Russian Grand Prix © Reuters/HANDOUT Russian Grand Prix

Six-times world champion Hamilton collected two five-second penalties in Sochi for practising starts in the wrong place, punishments that put on hold his bid for a record-equalling 91st win.

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LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday' s Russian Grand Prix, Formula One' s managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn said on Monday. Six-times world champion Hamilton collected two five-second penalties in

LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday' s Russian Grand Prix, Formula One' s managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn said on Monday. Six-times world champion Hamilton collected two five-second penalties in

The Briton, who finished third after starting on pole position, accused stewards of trying to stop him but Brawn, a former Mercedes team boss, saw a combination of bad luck and mistakes.

"Personally, I would go away, lick my wounds and think about how I could prevent such incidences again in the future," he said in a column on the formula1.com website.

"That’s what I know the team will be doing. I know many of the people, from my time at the team, and they will recognise they have made some mistakes.

"Bad luck and mistakes happen, it’s how you respond that matters. It’s easy to think the world is against you, but there is nearly always something you could have done differently and you can learn from."

Mercedes, who won with Valtteri Bottas, were fined 25,000 euros ($29,137) by stewards for clearing Hamilton to practise his starts where he did.

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LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday' s Russian Grand Prix, Formula One' s managing director for motorsport Ross Brawn said on Monday. Six-times world champion Hamilton collected two five-second penalties in

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes should lick their wounds and learn from the mistakes made in Sunday' s Russian Grand Prix, Formula The Briton, who finished third after starting on pole position, accused stewards of trying to stop him but Brawn , a former Mercedes team boss, saw a combination

Hamilton was initially given two penalty points, which would have left him perilously close to a race ban, but the stewards overturned that after accepting the team's responsibility.

The Briton, who is still four points away from a ban, said he would have to be 'squeaky clean' in future.

"I guess we’ll go through the rule book and pick out areas where they can create rules, areas where penalties have never been given before," he said.

"We’ve gone through seasons before without penalties so I just have to make sure I give them no reason, not even a sniff to be able to do something."

Team boss Toto Wolff said Mercedes would just have to "take it on the chin and move on".

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(Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Clare Fallon)

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