Hamilton admits Mercedes is “hardest” car to get right in his entire F1 career 

The seven-time world champion qualified fifth for Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix as teammate George Russell put his Mercedes on the front row of the grid. Russell missed out on pole position by just 0.072s to Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz, while Hamilton was over four tenths further back as he finished behind the second Ferrari of Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris’ McLaren. Hamilton said he regretted his set-up choice after making "big changes" to his car overnight after Friday practice. "It is the hardest car that I've ever driven to get right,” Hamilton conceded after qualifying. Hamilton has already expressed that he is “counting down the days…

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