London, May 30 : Lewis Hamilton has asked McLaren to sort out his start problem, as the former F1 champion had a poor showing during last Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix after being told to alter his launch settings.
The same problem cost him a place on the top of the podium at the Australian Grand Prix.
"I did the initial launch and then, on that formation lap, the guys told me to make a clutch setting change. I took their advice I have to rely on them and let the clutch out but it just didn't go. There was no torque, no drive," The Sun quoted Hamilton, as saying.
"I said to them afterwards `we can't have everyone else making great starts and us not.' It wasn't an actual human error," he added. (ANI)
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