Malaysian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton wants answers after his engine burst into Flames

British Formula One driver, Lewis Hamilton, lashed out his Mercedes team after his engine burst into Flames at the start of lap 41 at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

No! No! No! Screamed in frustration as he was coasting towards the victory that would have enabled him to regain the championship lead from Rosberg.

“Someone doesn’t want me to win this year. We have so many engines made for drivers but mine are the only ones failing this year” he said to the TV cameras.

“Someone needs to give me some answers because this is not acceptable. I just can’t believe that there’s eight Mercedes cars and only my engines are the ones that have gone this way. Something just doesn’t feel right. It was a brand-new engine. It’s just odd. Only mine have gone.”

Mercedes non-executive chairman, and former multiple world champion, Niki Laudat told Sky “I am really upset. We should not let him down with an engine failure. It was a fairly new engine, it was not old in the car. What went wrong I do not know and we will work to correct it?”

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