Ross Brawn on Lewis Hamilton at the Monaco GP: "Hopefully frustrated"

The sports director of Liberty Media analyzed the particular weekend of the multiple champion in the street of Monte Carlo.

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As you usually do after each presentation of the F1, Ross Brawn, sports manager of Liberty Media, analyzed what happened in the Monaco Grand Prix where the dutch prevailed Max Verstappen (Red Bull). Within his analysis, the former English team-manager dedicated a few words to his compatriot Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes).

The multiple champion finished seventh in the street of Montecarlo and he lost the tip of the tournament, which just happened to Verstappen thanks to his first success in this particular scenario.

Lewis Hamilton"Clearly, Lewis was nervous with the way the weekend was progressing and that frustration flared in the race when he was unlucky with the strategy," I point out in reference to the early detention that didn't help much in his goal of getting there later.

“He's a fierce competitor, you would expect him to get frustrated when things don't go his way. Rarely have you had to experience this so you have lost practice managing it. Mercedes and Lewis have been together for a long time, they know each other well, so they will get over it and it won't be a problem. ", Anadio.

Brawn also spoke about what happened with the Finn Valtteri Bottas, the other Mercedes driver. “He has also been unlucky. He hadn't had the best car this weekend, but he seemed to be in good podium shape before the pit stop problem. This type of failure is not seen frequently. He had very bad fortune "He said because of the unusual situation that led to his abandonment: the mechanics could not remove the right front wheel in his arrest for the change of tires.

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