Hamilton's problem

Hamilton's problem

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Regardless, Rosberg eagerly and gratefully cashed in with his first-ever hat-trick of victories and the Mercedes bosses, whether they knew as a matter of fact or merely suspected a reason for his downfall, refused to highlight Hamilton's problem.
Hamilton's problem on this occasion was that he spent half the race stuck behind Schumacher, unable to find a way past the seven-times champion, initially fighting for third place and then fourth after team-mate Jenson Button showed him the way to do it.
She said: "We were very concerned to hear about Mr Hamilton's problem.
DEFEND And Hamilton's problem was that he spent half the race stuck behind German legend Schumacher.
Hamilton's problem was the claim that the UCP precluded Hamilton's refusal to make payment on the L/C, despite the presentation of nonconforming documents, because Hamilton's notice of rejection failed to state that rejection was based on the failure to present an Authenticated Telex and further, because Hamilton had failed to communicate its rejection by telecommunication.
Hamilton's problem is their forwards need a compass when it comes to finding their opponents' net and even then it might be a risky bet,as 17 goals from18matches may suggest.
It suggested, in fact, that McLaren are a big part of Hamilton's problem.
Hamilton's problem was insult added to injury as he revealed: "I was actually caught by Hearts' Gary Naysmith - I think he must have been trying to put me out of the Coca-Cola Cup semi-final.
As Hamilton's problems mounted, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff called on the critics to lay off his morose racer.
Hamilton's problems are deepest on track where he must rein in a team-mate who has beaten him to pole three races on the trot.
Hamilton's problems could be brought into sharp focus this weekend, with Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve renowned as a track tough on brakes.

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