Bored F1 drivers took too long to speak up

Bored F1 drivers took too long to speak up

Why has it taken Lewis Hamilton so long to notice Formula 1's problems with overtaking, wonders GARY ANDERSON, who also has a view on the champion's partying and the Williams tyre exclusion

The Brazilian Grand Prix was not the most exciting race of the season and I spent some of it watching my dog chasing leaves being blown around the lawn.

We heard Lewis Hamilton trying to get his Mercedes team to change his strategy so he could potentially overtake his team-mate Nico Rosberg. I was glad the team stuck to its guns and kept both drivers on the same strategy, converting both to three stops to cover Sebastian Vettel in case Ferrari made good use of its tactics.

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