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Despite finishing on the podium at the British GP, Kimi Raikkonen’s wretched luck followed him to Silverstone on Sunday where a puncture cost him second place.
Sebastian Vettel won’t be pointing the finger at anyone at Ferrari despite a late tyre failure costing him fourth place at Silverstone.
It was the tale of two British drivers at Silverstone as Lewis Hamilton romped unchallenged to his fifth British GP while Jolyon Palmer never even reached the start grid.
Toto Wolff has hit back at Romain Grosjean’s criticism of Lewis Hamilton, saying the Haas driver “should be happy” that he’s even in Formula 1.
There are changes in the top and bottom half of the British GP grid due to gearbox and engine penalties.