F1 bosses are ‘apoplectic’ at Lewis Hamilton for accusing the sport of greed after demanding refunds for fans following two-lap Belgian Grand Prix farce and feel the British star should have spoken privately

Formula One bosses are ‘apoplectic’ with Lewis Hamilton for accusing the sport of putting money ahead of all else in the farce of the rain-sabotaged Belgian Grand Prix. Formula One as a sport did not even make any financial benefit from acting as it had to on Sunday. The window to run a race was kept open as long as possible. ‘People wonder if Lewis would have moaned if he had been on pole and won the race.’. The 90-year-old said: ‘I would have said at 3pm when the race was due to start, let’s try again at 4pm or 4.30pm. ‘We have raced in worse conditions than that and not called off the race. ‘People screamed at me saying the race should be called off in Japan, but I said it must be on.’.

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