Brundle on the ‘problem with Lewis’

Date published: May 30 2011

Martin Brundle reckons Lewis Hamilton’s “problem” is that when something goes wrong, it is always someone else’s fault…

Former driver turned commentator Martin Brundle reckons Lewis Hamilton’s “problem” is that when something goes wrong, it is always someone else’s fault.

Hamilton had a shocker in Monaco this weekend and was hit with no fewer than three penalities.

The first was on Saturday when his fastest time in qualifying was deleted after he was found to have jumped a chicane.

Then on Sunday, he was handed a drive-through for causing an avoidable accident with Felipe Massa and a post-race penalty of 20-seconds for doing it again with Pastor Maldonado.

However, Hamilton insists both Massa and Maldonado turned in on him.

And that, Brundle reckons is his problem.

“The problem with Lewis is that it’s always someone’s fault,” Brundle told The Telegraph.

“You wonder if he needs a bit of a mindset change on that.”

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