Lewis Hamilton gets fierce criticism for missing the official press conference of the FIA in Monaco. The Brit then for the press conference and missed this because he was too hard was affected by the death of Niki Lauda.
Not Lewis Hamilton, but Valtteri Bottas lived at Wednesday’s press conference in Monaco. A lot of people had understanding for the absence of Hamilton, though it is of course striking that precisely Bottas him and had to be replaced.
There are also a lot of criticism on Hamilton, who, so to speak, to was done to the press conference to attend, but in the pitlane opdaagde with his motorcycle and so the attention again settled.
According to some, including former F1 driver John Watson, had Hamilton just go to the press conference and in that way a tribute to his good friend Lauda.
“It is really pathetic. I would like to know how Lewis this can justify,” said Watson, who ever the team-mate Niki Lauda was.
“I know that he was good friends with Niki, but I find it bizarre that a man of his stature would not be able to the people under the eyes and tell them what Niki Mercedes has done, to Niki the necessary to give honor for what he has done.”
“He would out of respect for Niki should have spoken. To, so to speak, so upset that he can’t speak about the admiration that he had for Niki, and how he has helped him, that is really pathetic, “concluded Watson.
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