Lewis Hamilton frustrated after Valtteri Bottas wins Russian Grand Prix with
Lewis Hamilton was evidently frustrated after Valtteri Bottas won the Russian Grand Prix.
Max Vertsappen finished second as he split the pair of Mercedes.
Hamilton, who started on pole position, was hit with a 10 second penalty for doing two practice starts before the race in the wrong place.
When quizzed on the punishment he received, the six-time world champion was short in his response.
“It doesn’t matter,” Hamilton said. “It’s done now. I’ll take the points that I’ve got and moved on.
“I didn’t really do much, congratulations to Valtteri.”
Hamilton took the penalty during an early pit-stop and when he emerged to join the field he was 11th.
The 35-year-old fought his way through the pack to third but he was not impressed with his performance.
“I didn’t really do much,” Hamilton added. “I just held my position.”
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Source:Daily Express :: Sport Feed