Toto Wolff fears drivers could die at Dutch GP in worrying warning after Hamilton incident

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“It would be a shame to see them stopped for good because it has become part of the show, but I would like to see people show common sense rather than throwing flares on to the track.”

Meanwhile, Hamilton is looking forward to driving a competitive car as he aims for a podium spot.

“I am much happier coming into this weekend and having a car that can fight for the front row,” said Hamilton. “And if we didn’t have the yellow flag we could have been fighting for the front row.

“I don’t understand how one weekend we can be so far off, and then all of a sudden we are right there. It is confusing. The car has a mood swing and you don’t know what side of bed it is going to get out of.

“But there are lots of positives to take. I am definitely optimistic, it is just difficult to overtake here.

“The car was strong, and I felt like I could have gone quicker, so hopefully that translates to tomorrow. I will definitely be pushing as hard as I can for a podium.”



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