Lewis Hamilton unhappy with Mercedes's balance at British Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton during a press conference on April 14, 2013
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Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton complains about the balance of his car ahead of his home race - the British Grand Prix - on Sunday.

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has complained about the balance of his car ahead of his home Grand Prix at Silverstone on Sunday.

The British driver could only manage fifth-fastest in second practice yesterday, with teammate Nico Rosberg topping the timesheets.

Speaking afterwards, Hamilton said: "I'm not happy with the balance of the car. I'm not enjoying it at the moment.

"I can't remember the last time I've felt so uncomfortable. I don't really know what it is."

Third practice takes place at 10am this morning before qualifying at 1pm. You can follow the latter live here on Sports Mole from 12.30pm.


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