Lewis Hamilton shows true colours in interview after miserable Brazilian Grand Prix | F1 | Sport

Lewis Hamilton showed his class after the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos, making sure to thank the Mercedes team back at Brackley for their work despite a miserable outing in Brazil.

The seven-time world champion endured a turbulent weekend from the outside in Brazil, finishing behind the likes of Charles Leclerc and Yuki Tsunoda during the sprint race before working his way to a P8 result in Sunday’s Grand Prix.

Hamilton was sitting pretty in P3 after the red flag restart but it quickly became clear that Aston Martin, Ferrari and even Alpine had a stronger pace than Mercedes at Interlagos.

There was even less to celebrate on the other side of the garage. Teammate George Russell had an even tougher afternoon and eventually retired with an engine cooling problem.

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Discussing the trouble his car is causing him, Hamilton said Sky Sports F1: “One thing the car is really unpredictable. Because one weekend it feels good, one session it feels good, and then not.

“I’m sure we’ll go and look at things and find things we should have done differently but with the [practice] session it is difficult.

“But I’m still proud of the team, they still came here and did their job, they hold their heads up high and that’s what we have to continue doing. Just keep pushing forward. Two another race with this thing. I hope it’s not more of a drive.”


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