‘German Grand Prix win one of the best of my career,’ says Lewis Hamilton
• British driver came from 14th on the grid to take victory
• Wolff says team instructions to Bottas were a one-off
Lewis Hamilton has described his performance in winning the German Grand Prix as one of the best of his entire career. The British driver came from 14th on the grid to take victory and noted that his experience in karting was crucial to his ability to come through the pack.
The Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, also insisted that the instruction from the team to Hamilton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas not to attempt to pass him was a one-off order and that their drivers would continue to race freely in future.
Source: Formula 1