Hamilton charged over Melbourne burnout

Tom Webster



If Lewis Hamilton thought that he would avoid any further trouble after his wheel-spinning naughtiness in Melbourne by jetting off to the next stage of his F1 season then he was wrong.

The arm of the Australian law has proved to be very long indeed as it has finally decided to charge the McLaren driver with intentionally losing control of a vehicle after he intentionally performed a burnout while leaving the Australian track after a practice session.