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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Lewis Hamilton Slams Ridiculous Penalty

Lewis Hamilton braces for imminent penalty in the future as the reigning F1 world champion driver was handed his second reprimand of the year.

The flamboyant Mercedes driver, who trails teammate and current points leader Nico Rosberg, received his second reprimand during the qualifying Russian GP at Sochi after Hamilton inadvertently ran wide at Turn Two and was summoned by race officials as a result.

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Hamilton was slapped with his first reprimand in Bahrain last April when he reversed in the pitlane after reaching the pole position first in the qualifying round. As a rule, if a driver incurs three reprimands in the course of the season, the said driver will automatically start the next race 10 grid positions behind as demotion.

Hamiton said via SkySports,”I’m just aware that there’s most likely going to be at least one 10-place penalty in the future because I’ve got one more reprimand to go.” With still 17 races left in the season, it is more likely the British driver will be handed the penalty because of his miscalculated moves during the race and engine breakdowns.

In October last year, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel got demoted 10 grid positions because of engine mishap, effectively surrendering the championship to Lewis Hamilton. Now, the tables have been turned as reliability issues continue to hamper Hamilton’s championship quest after having had to deal with back-to-back engine failures in qualifying of Chinese GP and Russian GP.

According to Independent, championship leader and team rival Nico Rosberg believes Hamilton can mount a serious charge once he is able to race under normal conditions without distractions or technical difficulties. Rosberg leads the championship standings with 100 points after winning 4 out of 4 in the races this year, Hamilton comes in 2nd place with 57, and Ferrari racer Kimi “The Iceman” Raikkonen third with 43 points.

If Hamilton receives his third reprimand, it will be a big blow to his aspirations of trimming the gap between him and Rosberg.

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