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Lewis Hamilton 'super frustrated' with Mercedes as he endures nightmare F1 start with Ferrari switch approaching

CEO Toto Wolff has admitted Lewis Hamilton is "super frustrated" while waiting for his Mercedes exit.

But the Austrian insists his star driver can also see the good work being put in by the team to give him a competitive car. Sadly for the Silver Arrows, for all their positive words about the W15 in pre-season, it has yet to deliver the performance expected of it. Red Bull's RB20 is, as expected, the class of the field and the defending champions finished first and second in the opening two rounds of the season. Max Verstappen's DNF opened the door for Ferrari to claim their own one-two finish last time out in Melbourne.

The Italians look to be chief rivals to Red Bull while McLaren are also showing strong pace. But Mercedes are having a hard time and are currently fighting with Aston Martin for the right to call themselves the fourth-quickest team. That is not a situation anyone at the team wants to be in, especially Hamilton. He is leaving for Ferrari at the end of the year and would love to win again with the Mercedes team he has represented for 11 years before he departs.

The seven-time champion finished just seventh in Bahrain and only ninth in Saudi Arabia, while an engine issue meant he didn't finish the Melbourne race. It means he has just eight points to show for the first three races - his worst ever start to an F1 season.

George Russell is doing really well compared to other British drivers, but Toto Wolff isn't worried about Lewis Hamilton. Wolff speaking via The Mirror said: "I think the drivers are super in this whole set-up, because Lewis is as good as you can be.

"He's in a situation obviously where, on one side it's super frustrating to see that we are not getting it, on the other side, look over the