Somewhat surprisingly Mercedes announced today that Russell would be replacing Hamilton at the Sakhir GP. But why did they choose the young Briton?
Mercedes just announced that George Russell will replace Lewis Hamilton for the Sakhir GP, after the Briton tested positive for COVID-19.
The Mercedes F1 team has announced that Lewis Hamilton tested positive to COVID-19 and will miss this weekend’s Sakhir Grand Prix.
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