The Portuguese Grand Prix was an exciting race. After a tense start to the race, Carlos Sainz took the lead with Lewis Hamilton falling to P6. But the Briton has been through far worse. He slowed down and won his 92 Grand Prix again, breaking Schumacher’s record of most Grand Prix wins.
The celebrations began as soon as Lewis picked up the checkered flag. The Stevenage boy has had a hard time this year. There were several obstacles in his way, but he didn’t let them knock him down. Previously, a video of him celebrating his team win and Rosco went viral. Who is Rosco? Your favorite friend.
Lewis Hamilton can win 100 races and get the best times in all races, but that will not satisfy his haters and critics. However, this will not stop the Brit from taking advantage of his record. After the Portuguese Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton and his entire team gathered in the team’s garage to pose for a commemorative photo. The best thing about the whole photo, Rosco.
The bulldog is as majestic as possible and is the best at cheering up the champion. He usually accompanies Hamilton on his recreational trips and vacations. Thus, it was inevitable for him not to be part of his great victory.
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Lewis Hamilton may have a loss of incentive in the future
Hamilton is on his way to the seventh championship of his career. The Briton set several records and he set a new one yesterday. Hamilton continued to improve like old wine. The more he ran, the more he learned. Now it’s your turn, and it would take an army to stop you from carrying the checkered flag.
Although Hamilton is setting milestones every day, there is a phenomenon that worries experts. He can get all the success he wants in racing, but he can eventually lose the incentive to compete. What would he be chasing, what would be the motivation to keep pushing?
Amid all the uncertainty regarding Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes career, the driver continues to thrive at his best. Although he has already left a rich legacy, Hamilton is not willing to retire from F1. The Briton is not sure if he wants to continue with Mercedes, but he is sure he wants to continue in F1.
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