Lewis Hamilton criticises Red Bull in excess of Nyck de Vries sacking as Daniel Ricciardo prepares for Alpha Tauri exam
Lewis Hamilton has slammed Red Bull more than their managing of driver sackingsRed Bull’s sister team recently fired Nyck de Vries in ruthless circumstancesDaniel Ricciardo will get the vacant seat in advance of the Hungarian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton took a pop at Red Bull over the ruthless circumstances that led to Daniel Ricciardo’s return to the paddock on Thursday.
The 34-year-previous Australian replaces Dutchman Nick de Vries, who was brutally sacked by Crimson Bull’s sister staff AlphaTauri very last week immediately after just 10 races. Ricciardo will now contend in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix immediately after 7 months out.
‘That is how Red Bull do it,’ explained Hamilton.
‘I am not shocked to see Daniel back again, but I was surprised to see the choice they took about weak Nyck. He is these kinds of a proficient younger man and a good man so there will be possibilities for him in the future.’
Requested if the shoot-on-sight firing was not the way F1 worked, Hamilton replied: ‘I would say this is how Crimson Bull perform.’
Lewis Hamilton (pictured) has criticised Red Bull in excess of their removal of Dutch driver Nyck de Vries
De Vries (still left) was fired by Purple Bull’s sister workforce Alpha Tauri just after the British Grand Prix and will be replaced by Daniel Ricciardo (ideal)
De Vries was told of his sacking by Red Bull’s motorsport director Helmut Marko within just 48 several hours of finishing 17th and past at the British Grand Prix, acquiring struggled to discover his feet all time in an uncompetitive auto.
Ricciardo, who was ditched by McLaren just before heading to Pink Bull as a reserve driver, amazed through a take a look at session final 7 days and will race in the 12 remaining grands prix.
He claimed: ‘The aspiration is a Crimson Bull seat, but there is no “this is what you need to do” to attain that.
‘Given what has occurred over the earlier few several years and taking time off, I know it will be tough to get back in at the top.’