Lewis Hamilton was forced to clarify that he is not angry with Mercedes

The multiple champion used Instagram to clarify what happened at the Turkish Grand Prix with his team's strategy.

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English Lewis Hamilton is in the habit of using your account at Instagram to elaborate on different situations that live in the Grand Prix of F1. This Monday was no exception.

The multiple champion used the social network to clarify what happened in the Turkish Grand Prix with the your team's strategy after losing the chance to reach the podium and finish in fifth place in the race that his Finnish teammate won Valtteri Bottas.

Lewis Hamilton
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Hamilton denied in his post to some media who claimed he was furious with Mercedes, his team. "Good morning World! I have seen that some of the press has exaggerated too much the decision of when to stop in the race yesterday. It is not true that I am furious with my team ”, the pilot explained.

"As a team we work hard to find the best possible strategy, but as the race evolves you have to make different decisions, there are many factors that change constantly", Agregó.

“Yesterday we risked staying out in the hope that the track would dry out, but it didn't. I wanted to take a chance and try to get to the end, but it was my decision to stay out and it didn't work out. In the end we stopped and it was the safest thing we could do ", he clarified.

Lewis Hamilton
Photo: LAT Images.

“We live and we learn. We win and lose as a team. Do not expect me to be completely polite and calm on the radio because I am competing, we are all very passionate and with the heat of the moment that passion can come out, as it happens to all pilots "He added about his annoyance expressed in a radio dialogue with his engineer.

“My heart and my spirit are out there on the track, it is the fire that I have within me that has taken me so far, but any concern is quickly forgotten. We have talked and we are already looking forward to the next race. Today is another day to get up and as a team we still get up ”, LH culminated, who after the Turkish race descended to second place in the tournament behind the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull).

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