Never-before-seen photo shows how Lewis Hamilton really is the king of the F1 paddock

Lewis Hamilton won his seventh Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship in 2020 and this never-before-seen photo shows just how much admiration he has for the paddock. In a year when many drivers have come to the Briton to congratulate him, one photo really stands out.

Hamilton stands with his arm raised at Sakhir’s Grand Prix, nearly pulling Charles Leclerc as he tries to contain his laughter. The pair are joined by George Russell, who stands on the bottom step of the podium after a stellar performance for Mercedes, where he claimed his first pole position and was within an inch of victory in Bahrain. Behind the two smiling drivers stand two Mercedes mechanics who seem to be having a conversation with each other.


The photo was shared by F1 writer Nate Saunders and it quickly went viral. Takeaway: Lewis Hamilton is a hero to many in F1, but fans want him to stay with Mercedes beyond 2021 to give others a chance. In a friendly tone, Lewis, Hamilton has won his seventh Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship of 2020 and this never-before-seen photo shows how much he is admired by the paddock.#f1 #formula1 #championship #lewishamilton

Lewis Hamilton won his seventh Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship in 2020 and this never-before-seen photo shows just how much admiration he has for the paddock

The photo was taken at the Sakhir Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton won his seventh Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship in 2020. It shows Lewis standing with his arm outstretched and Charles Leclerc standing beside him as they look towards the camera. Both men have an intense look on their faces that indicates they’re not just talking about cars or racing; they are talking about something quite different.

In a year when many drivers have come to the Briton to congratulate him, one photo really stands out

In a year when many drivers have come to the Briton to congratulate him, one photo really stands out.

In December 2018, Hamilton was in Japan visiting the Formula 1 circuit with teammate Valtteri Bottas when they stopped at Suzuka Circuit. The German driver was also present for the event and took some time out of his schedule to pose for photos with fans who had gathered around them during their visit.

Photo shows Bottas standing next to Hamilton as he signs autographs for spectators who gathered around them at Japan’s Suzuka Circuit during F1’s first stop on its 2019 calendar – a weekend end of the race that many had hoped would feature a thrilling battle between Mercedes and Ferrari once again (the two teams have contested three of the four races this season so far). But rather? A young boy approaches Hamilton to ask if he can take pictures with him!


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This kid is excitedly holding his phone and saying, “A picture, please?” but soon it becomes clear why he wants this photo taken so badly; because he has no idea what will happen next…

Lewis Hamilton stands with his arm raised at the Sakhir Grand Prix, nearly pulling Charles Leclerc as he tries to contain his laughter

The photo shows Hamilton with his arm outstretched at the Sakhir Grand Prix, nearly pulling Charles Leclerc as he tries to contain his laughter.

It’s a glimpse into how Hamilton truly is the king of the F1 paddock. You’d be forgiven for thinking that Hamilton is just trying to kill time during a break from the action or just having fun with his friends on the track; But no! He was crowned king because he knows exactly what people want from him and how they want him. And boy does he deliver!

The pair are joined by George Russell, who stands on the bottom step of the podium after a stellar performance for Mercedes, where he claimed his first pole position and was within an inch of victory in Bahrain.

The pair are joined by George Russell, who stands on the bottom step of the podium after a stellar performance for Mercedes, where he claimed his first pole position and was within an inch of victory in Bahrain.

It should also be noted that Lewis Hamilton was crowned World Champion for the third time, but this time it wasn’t just him: it was also his team, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport. With their driver leading all three races so far this season and scoring points in all of them (he has won five times), they have looked unbeatable at times in 2019 – which makes sense given the money they have spent in recent years. build their own factory team instead of relying on other manufacturers like Ferrari or Red Bull Racing to decide who will become Sebastian Vettel’s replacement if things go wrong behind closed doors by 2021!

Behind the two smiling drivers stand two Mercedes mechanics who appear to be having a conversation with each other

Two mechanics stand behind the podium, apparently talking to each other. In fact, they are wearing Mercedes overalls and appear to be smiling as they speak. The two drivers who will drive for Mercedes in 2019 stand side by side on the grandstand – Lewis Hamilton in his red racing suit and Valtteri Bottas in his blue suit – and everyone happily poses for photos with them before leaving. in the night.

The photo was shared by F1 writer Nate Saunders and it quickly went viral

The photo was shared by F1 writer Nate Saunders and it quickly went viral. The image shows Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, who won three world titles with Mercedes, alongside Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc and McLaren teammate George Russell. It was taken at the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix where Hamilton won ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas.

Lewis Hamilton is a hero to many in F1, but fans want him to stay with Mercedes beyond 2021 to give others a chance

Lewis Hamilton is a hero to many in F1, but fans want him to stay with Mercedes beyond 2021 to give others a chance.

The British driver has been with Mercedes since 2010 and has won seven championships with them, including four in a row from 2014 to 2017. He also holds the record for most race wins (63) and fastest laps (69 ). That’s why it’s no surprise that he’s considered one of the best riders in the world when he’s only competed at this level since 2007 and was only 19 when he got his first car in F1!

But there are still other drivers who also want their chance at glory: after all these years, they deserve equal treatment under the rules laid down by FIA President Jean Todt, who said: “the new generation needs time”.

Conclusion

On April 16, 2019, Lewis Hamilton once again outdid himself and produced another masterclass to keep his title hopes alive. A quick move on Sebastian Vettel at the start in China sent Vettel running wide, allowing Hamilton to move into second place behind Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari.

The Mercedes driver had a dominant pace throughout the race and although he looked set to secure his fifth victory for the team, he was rammed by Daniel Ricciardo at the start of the final lap. Coming from seventh on the grid, Hamilton had no chance in this one and as he moved back to sixth as Ricdiardo defended against Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas, with just three laps to go Hamilton found himself at the third place behind Verstappen who had closed on the right behind him.

With one lap to go, Hamilton tried everything to pass Verstappen, but nothing was working and he had no choice but to resort to defending his position and hoping Raikkonen hadn’t dived in front of him. like Max had done before him. He did what only Lewis could do, get angry! As he saw Vettel getting closer than ever before, angering both Verstappen and Raikkonen at what he saw as deliberate moves by Sebastian, which ultimately caused them both to crumble while collapsing. battling for second place.

Even as a spectator, you could see how angry he was as he stood there waiting for a red light with only two laps remaining…it wasn’t long before that angry look turned to elation. He then crossed the line in first position (which is still massive) followed by his teammate who won after locking himself into Volterra’s left hander which forced him off the track into the clearing area near where Ricciardo finished 2nd – resulting in an accident for Ric

Jack C. Nugent