Lewis Hamilton Not Satisfied With His Own Speed ​​On First Day Of Qatar GP »FirstSportz

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Lewis Hamilton

After securing a great comeback by winning the Brazilian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton needs no introduction about how important the Qatar GP is to his championship hopes. However, on Day 1 of the Qatar GP, Hamilton saw himself being beaten by arch-rival Max Verstappen in both training sessions. While teammate Valtteri Bottas topped the second training session.

After the movie by Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s The incident from Sao Paolo caught everyone’s attention, Hamilton once again witnessed everything going against him. But with Qualifiers tomorrow, the seven-time world champion will know what to do to beat Verstappen.

What did Lewis Hamilton object to?

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton himself was clearly unhappy with his results on Friday. “I don’t even know how big the gap is but I took a shortcut. So I’m definitely not close.” he said in a chat with Sports sky.

Speaking of race managers’ decision in favor of Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton added, “I don’t think about it because I’m not part of it. I’ve been focusing on my weekends. “

The Mercedes driver didn’t want to say much more about it. “As I said at the moment, I’m a bit slow and I need to figure that out,” the 36-year-old British concluded.

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