Published: Tue, July 10, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Hamilton to 'move on' after Raikkonen apology

Hamilton to 'move on' after Raikkonen apology

He said: "I'm sure we're going to find a solution because we can not leave this [crowd] behind".

Hamilton was seething was the race at Silverstone and suggested that Ferrari were implementing some "interesting tactics" during a race. "I will not give up, believe me, I will not give up".

Hamilton, who took time out before addressing the crowd and looked drained by his exertions, later said he had no concerns and no problem with Raikkonen.

The most recent of which took place in Austria when the Mercedes' pit wall, led by chief strategist James Vowles, failed to react to a Virtual Safety Car period, which resulted in Hamilton dropping from first to fourth.

Vettel ended up taking top spot, with Hamilton in second and Kimi Raikkonen in third.

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On a great day for British sport, with England also beating Sweden 2-0 to reach the World Cup semi-finals in Russia, Hamilton recorded his own bit of qualifying history as he stormed to his 50th pole position with Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport.

Finland's Raikkonen, who was handed a 10-second penalty before finishing third, admitted he had made a mistake, while Vettel said it is "quite silly" to think there was anything deliberate.

Was Lewis Hamilton right to lash out at Ferrari and insinuate that the recent incidents that their drivers have caused may have been executed on goal, or did he overreact to the situation involving himself and Kimi Raikkonen?

"I came here to clarify, if he actually said something like that", said Arrivabene, speaking to Sky Italia about Allison, who left Ferrari in mid-2016 and joined Mercedes in 2017.

Emotions spilled over as Hamilton and Mercedes accused Vettel's Ferrari team of effectively cheating their way to victory.

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"We've won on their home ground", Vettel said over the radio.

Hamilton expressed doubt about competing against Ferrari's new tires but was told over team radio: "Lewis, you are the fastest vehicle by miles".

Whilst it looked like Bottas would remain behind Vettel for the duration of the race, a surprise safety vehicle threw teams a strategy curveball. "I know I'm not ideal".

Hamilton, though, drove superbly from then on. Two years later, Silverstone held the first F1 world championship race, again dominated by Italian cars with Giuseppe Farina winning in an Alfa Romeo.

Once released, the safety vehicle barely had time to wind its windows back up before it was required again, Carlos Sainz and Romain Grosjean squeezing eachother and ending up in the gravel at Turn 1. "Le Castellet (French GP) was the first time we got taken out and this is the second".

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"This is the greatest race of the year and this is the greatest crowd and I'm sorry I couldn't bring it home for you today", Hamilton told his disappointed fans. "I gave everything I could, I was struggling to stand".

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