This year's Formula 1 season has been dominated once again by Max Verstappen. Lewis Hamilton hasn't been able to improve his form this season, even though many expected him to be the winner at the end of the season, but it turned out that the Briton is in even bigger trouble this year than he was last year.
As a result of Max Verstappen and Red Bull's dominance in Formula One, Lewis Hamilton spoke to the media about the possibility of frustration. It is clear to Lewis Hamilton that Red Bull is dominant at the moment, and there is a good chance that they will continue to dominate until the end of the season.
“It’s not a frustration anymore, if it ever was. You know how it is. You know what you are faced with and there’s nothing I can do about their amazing performance. It’s likely they will win every race moving forwards this year, unless the Astons and us put a lot more performance on the cars, or their car doesn’t finish.
It’s not easy with the regulations to chip away or to find the amount of performance that they have advantage-wise."- Lewis Hamilton said, as quoted by crash.net
Lewis Hamilton and expectations
The only thing Lewis Hamilton can expect for the time being is that his team will be able to solve certain problems and that the upgrade will be an ideal one for him.
There is no other way for Mercedes to 'overtake' Red Bull. “They’ve got to be 30 points up on us in certain points through the lap. We’ve got some work to do. It’s not that it’s frustrating. I’m happy to firstly be back in the mix and I’m hoping at some stage we can get back to some of the good races we had in 2021. To have all three of us in a super-tight battle would be sick”.
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