Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admitted facing engine failure Lewis Hamilton at the Malaysian Grand Prix, October 2 is the cause of the Briton missed the championship Formula One (F1) world last 2016 season.
However, Wolff still believe, a victory away from their driver, Nico Rosberg not because of luck, but the German is well-deserved title of world champion. Hamilton, 31, leads the race at Sepang International Circuit in comfort before his engine caught fire approaching the final, allowing two Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen topped ranked 1-2. Rosberg finished the race in third place.
Failure to finish the Hamilton had to relinquish the lead the world to Rosberg, who then confirmed the 2016 world championship in the last race in Abu Dhabi on 27 November. “I think you have to win and lose with dignity.
This is a mechanical sport, and if equipment fails to function properly, then you can not go far.
“This team has built the best machine for the two drivers we started three years ago. We built this car has won many races and championships, but this team was the one who had caused him failed this year.
“Obviously, the problems faced in Malaysia is the main cause Lewis to miss the world championships,” said Wolf.
Source : Internet