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Mercedes call for "trust" from Hamilton after questions over "dangerous" tyres - GPFans F1 Recap

Mercedes call for "trust" from Hamilton after questions over "dangerous" tyres - GPFans F1 Recap

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Mercedes call for "trust" from Hamilton after questions over "dangerous" tyres - GPFans F1 Recap

Mercedes call for "trust" from Hamilton after questions over "dangerous" tyres - GPFans F1 Recap

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has conceded the team need to work "on the communication to trust each other" after Lewis Hamilton again questioned the team's strategy calls. Read more...

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Christian Horner believes Mercedes was forced into an "inevitable" pit stop for Lewis Hamilton due to the "dangerous" nature of his tyres during the Turkish Grand Prix. Read more...

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Valtteri Bottas has hailed his dominant Turkish Grand Prix victory as "one of the best races of my life". Read more...

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Sebastian Vettel has confirmed to having 'deep regrets' about making what proved to be a "wrong call" in switching to dry tyres during the Turkish Grand Prix that cost him a top-10 shot. Read more...

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Pirelli F1 boss Mario Isola has stated his belief Lews Hamilton could not have reached the chequered flag without stopping in the Turkish Grand Prix. Read more...

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Andrew A

Hamilton has good reason not to trust his pitwall all the time because they have made some serious mistakes on occasions which have hampered him. But there are times when they were correct as well. Unless the team can see tires presenting a danger to the driver or clear evidence which could hamper the driver who is unable to see it, then the driver should be trusted because he is in the car and knows how it feels and is performing.

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Hamilton has good reason not to trust his pitwall all the time because they have made some serious mistakes on occasions which have hampered him. But there are times when they were correct as well. Unless the team can see tires presenting a danger to the driver or clear evidence which could hamper the driver who is unable to see it, then the driver should be trusted because he is in the car and knows how it feels and is performing.

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