Brawn expresses strong criticism of Hamilton ‘Go away, lick your wounds and learn from your mistakes’

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The Russian Grand Prix was not one to write home about for Hamilton. Thanks to a double time penalty, the Briton saw his chances of victory go up in smoke and of course he was absolutely not happy about that. After the race, Hamilton therefore expressed his criticism of the FIA, according to him the penalty was ridiculous and the stewards tried to stop him. F1 CEO Ross Brawn could not really appreciate this reaction from the six-time world champion.

According to Brawn, a driver like Hamilton should not get so excited about these kinds of incidents and instead just take a moment to himself, lick his wounds and learn from his mistakes. “Lewis has had some bad luck in the last races, with the penalties he received in Monza and now in Russia again,” Brawn said in his post-race column. “Personally, if I were him, I would have gone away to lick my wounds and think about how I could prevent these kinds of incidents in the future.”

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“I know that’s what his team will do,” continued Brawn. “I know a lot of the people there, from my time on the team, I know them and they will see and recognize that they made some mistakes. Being unlucky and making mistakes are just things that can happen. It is mainly about how you respond to it. It’s very easy to think the world is against you, but there’s always something you could have done better yourself and learn from. ”







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