Formula 1: The former boss of Ferrari evokes the superiority of Mercedes! – The 10 Sport

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Formula 1 The former boss of Ferrari evokes the superiority - Formula 1: The former boss of Ferrari evokes the superiority of Mercedes! - The 10 Sport

Ross Brawn, Formula 1 sports manager, spoke of Lewis Hamilton's victory in Mexico. A race that according to him illustrates the season lived by Mercedes.

Lewis Hamilton won this weekend on the occasion of Grand Prix of Mexico thanks to the winning strategy of his stable Mercedes. A victory that brings the British closer to a sixth World Championship title in Formula 1. However, this season, the superiority of the German team has been called into question by the Scuderia Ferrari. Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel have performed well in this second part of the season by gleaning three victories in Grand Prix (in Belgium, in Italy and Singapore) and have chained the podiums in recent months. Sebastian Vettel having taken the second place in Mexico this weekend behind Lewis Hamilton.

"This year is the first in the hybrid era where the technical superiority of Mercedes has been challenged"

The former boss of Ferrari Ross Brawn spoke of the victory of Lewis Hamilton and the superiority of Mercedes this season : " He (Hamilton NDLR) and his team (Mercedes NDLR) have proven that they can win even when they do not have the fastest package, a rare situation in the last five years. Lewis won thanks to the choice of a single stop and the realization that the track position was fundamental. These factors, combined with Lewis' innate ability to handle the tires, sealed a superbly executed victory. In a way, this race reflected the season as a whole: this year is the first in the hybrid era where the technical superiority of Mercedes was challenged, but at the same time, the driver and the team found the way to get the most out of their package, taking full advantage of unforeseen circumstances and the mistakes of others. The record series are built like this Said the sports manager of the Formula 1 in comments reported by Motorsport.

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