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Hamilton’s Frustration: Should The Korean Grand Prix Have Started Sooner?

Who's got spirit? Lewis Hamilton's got spirit. Yet no one else seemed raring to go in South Korea as the rain lashed down causing race director Charlie Whiting to begin the first 15 laps behind a safety car, over the course of 80 minutes. This included two stand still periods as the cars formed on the starting grid waiting to be given orders. In the first foray into the drenched new track it was visibly tricky for all involved. The spray from one car to another meant that visibility was minimal. It was not the worst in history, by a long margin, yet it was treacherous. The second display of safety car domination however lasted desperately longer. This seemed to owe in part to the drivers dictation of Charlie Whiting. He stalled on bringing ...

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