Lewis Hamilton said wrong set-up configurations led to his poor qualifying performance at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

The British driver was kicked out in Q1, qualifying 16th for tomorrow’s race. This is Hamilton’s worst result since Brazil 2017.

“Just struggled with the balance of the car. And not where I want to be,” he said.

“It’s something in the set-up. It was looking good in FP3 and we tried to progress in a similar direction.

“Maybe we went too far and then the car was undriveable. It’s so nervous.”

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