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Hamilton's Mercedes demand as Norris explains jump start - RacingNews365 Review

Check out the biggest stories from Sunday 10th March with the RacingNews365 Review.

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Hamilton's Mercedes demand

All throughout the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend, Lewis Hamilton complained that his Mercedes was lacking rear-stability, especially through the high-speed Sector 1.

He felt the W15 was in a "different category" in Jeddah and has demanded changes to be made, three years into the ground-effects era.

READ MORE: Hamilton demands big Mercedes changes

Norris explains jump start

At lights out, Lando Norris appeared to jump the start - with old friend George Russell just making sure the stewards didn't miss it with a helpful radio message.

But while Norris did move before the lights went out, he stopped before they did and then got going at the same time as everyone else.

The stewards cleared him of a jump start as he went onto finish in eighth place, four places behind team-mate Oscar Piastri. He explained just what went on.

READ MORE: Norris details reason behind Saudi Arabian F1 jump start

Bearman's backing

Oliver Bearman is the man of the F1 moment after his stunning debut in Jeddah and earned a classy gesture from Hamilton post-race in parc ferme.

The 18-year-old's performance also caught the eye of George Russell, who has assessed the younger Briton's chances of making it four British drivers on the 2025 grid.

READ MORE: Russell assesses Bearman's chances of full-time 2025 F1 seat

Ricciardo's Red Bull future

Daniel Ricciardo's weekend in Jeddah was a poor one to continue his slow start to the season against team-mate Yuki Tsunoda.

He was comprehensively out-performed by Tsunoda, who troubled the points and top 10 in qualifying whereas Ricciardo found himself rooted to the rear of the field.

He was at a loss to explain why as his hopes of making it back to the Red Bull seat he left in 2018 begin to look longer and longer.

Fergal Walsh explains.

READ MORE: Ricciardo's Red Bull dream is still far from reality

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