They were not happy.
Wolff said he and Hamilton were “destroyed.”
“Both of us are destroyed, to be honest,” f1daily.ca/how-the-teams-reacted-to-the-bahrain-grand-prix/news/admin/">F1/story/_/id/31582660/hamilton-wolff-destroyed-azerbaijan-gp-drama">Wolff said, via ESPN. “For him obviously, as a driver, you have it, it’s so close, and then it’s all gone.
“We just need to be the best, the best of us, and the best that we have. And we haven’t given the drivers a competitive package this weekend. It’s been far from a competitive package.
“That is the frustration. It is not only the incident at the end, that frustrates. It’s overall not meeting our own expectations. All of us together: Lewis, the engineers, myself, everybody in the team.”
Hamilton apologized and shared some details about the “small error.”
Today was a humbling experience. We worked so hard to put ourselves back in the top 10 today after a rocky week here in Baku. We gave it our all today and a small error caused the brakes to switch off. Sorry to the team, we’ll come back stronger for the next race 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/oHy75S07L3
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