Lewis Hamilton chasing record 6th British Grand Prix win at home race

Lewis Hamilton chasing record 6th British Grand Prix win at home race

"I hope they're sleeping and eating well as that is a large part of it and ultimately they have got to go out there and enjoy themselves".

After a brief red flag period to recover Verstappen's vehicle, it was Vettel who posted the fastest lap with a 1m27.552s to lead Lewis Hamilton by 0.187s.

Ahead, Verstappen, who has received criticism aplenty for the errors that he's made over the course of the 2018 season, took his first win of the year.

There was trouble for another French driver as Pierre Gasly stopped with more than half an hour of the session remaining.

"The track is the fastest it has ever been", said Hamilton.

"I can only imagine the boys are on a high at the moment and they just need to continue to do that". Hamilton reeled off two fastest laps, but it was asking too much as Mercedes' unbeaten four-year run in Austria, and his own race, came to an end when he pulled up on lap 64 after losing power.

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With this result, Sebastian Vettel has retaken the lead of the World Drivers' Championship from Lewis Hamilton with a single point separating the two. "I think immediately after the race and as soon as they got the vehicle back that evening there was a fix that was designed and put into test mode so the team are super on it and confident that we've done everything we can to made sure it doesn't happen again".

"Austria was a hard weekend, we all wished it wasn't the way it was, but what doesn't kill you makes you stronger".

"I don't think you have anything to fear if it goes to penalties either". Before being sidelined by a fuel pressure problem, he had already dropped from first to fourth when Mercedes failed to bring him in for an immediate pitstop after the virtual safety auto had been deployed. "These experiences we've been having, and how we've been handling them, have really united us more than any other year". The speeds we're going now, the g-forces we're pulling through Copse, through Maggots and Becketts - you're flat-out, going all the way into Maggots.

"I really do feel like I have the best strategist team behind me", Hamilton said on Thursday.

Christian Horner, the Red Bull team principal has been critical of the move and believes he would never single out an employee for such a misjudgment. Look at how many wins I have had at this team. I can't predict what will happen but that's not getting in my way'. We've had far, far more success than we've had failures and nobody is ideal. "I'm very, very sorry guys. It might not be a race victory for Mercedes - I think that Ferrari update is working pretty well round here" - Anthony Davidson.

'Taking the lead again would be good.

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