Hamilton eyed victory or death in British GP says press

Lewis Hamilton charged for “victory or death” before title rival Max Verstappen was tipped into a 51G crash at Silverstone’s Copse corner on Sunday. Former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher told Sky Deutschland that Hamilton’s move was a “complete misjudgement” and “not a typical overtaking manoeuvre”. “If Lewis had stayed there, he would have pushed Max off the track. 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve told one outlet: “I think the pressure to not be beaten by Max at his home track was so great that he subconsciously accepted the risk. “It was either victory or death for Hamilton at Silverstone, who said ‘Basta!’

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