MER­CE­DES AND HA­MIL­TON Raise to the Shiniest Star

Excelencias del Motor - - Fórmula 1 / Formula 1 -

Un­li­ke what you think, right now Mer­ce­des is not the best car on the grid. It’s Fe­rra­ri, but neit­her its num­ber-one dri­ver nor its ga­ra­ge ha­ve been able to pro­ve it. It’s been a two-month drought with no wins, right af­ter being lea­ders of the world cham­pions­hip and fo­llo­wing a GP ra­ce in Ger­many that came out wit­hin an ace of grab­bing the trophy. That mar­ked the be­gin­ning of the night­ma­re that Fe­rra­ri is going th­rough. It is the re­sult of dri­ving errors com­mit­ted by Se­bas­tian Vet­tel and offt­he-beam ca­reer stra­te­gies. Along­si­de this mis­for­tu­ne came the vic­to­ries of Mer­ce­des which, with Ha­mil­ton behind the wheel, ha­ve be­co­me mas­ters of the 2018 World Cham­pions­hip. The run­ner-up group of the grid is do­mi­na­ted by Re­nault. At the end of the day, Mer­ce­des GP and Ha­mil­ton raise the star of the Ger­man brand that shi­nes ever brigh­ter with each pas­sing ra­ce.

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