Lewis Hamilton looked fatigued and unwell when he got out of his car at the Hungarian GP. Here are the updates on his condition.
Lewis Hamilton, P3, +2.736
Valtteri Bottas, DNF
Lewis Hamilton, P1, 1m16.826s
Valtteri Bottas, P3, 1m17.055s
The FIA has decided that Red Bull’s evidence was neither significant, nor relevant, and they dismissed their request for review of Hamilton’s penalty.
In his British GP debrief Christian Horner once again bashed Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for the collision with Max Verstappen and the celebration aferward.
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After visiting the team’s doctor due to “fatigue and mild dizziness”, Lewis joined the post-race press conference and provided an update on his condition.
An exhausted Lewis Hamilton explains why he was the only person on the grid for the standing restart and gives his thoughts on the Hungarian GP.
Bottas has been penalised with a five-place grid penalty and two penalty points on his superlicence for causing a crash on Turn 1 of Lap 1 of the Hungarian GP.
If Lewis Hamilton wins the Hungarian Grand Prix it will be his 100th career race win. The Briton gives his expectations for the race tomorrow.
Toto Wolff says booing is “an archaic instinct that shouldn’t be a part of the sport”, but understand that the grandstands were “packed with Dutch fans”.
It is clear that Red Bull’s accusations that Lewis slowed down in his final Q3 out lap on purpose don’t hold water, which Perez also confirms.
Lewis Hamilton says Village People’s song “YMCA” was on his mind throughout the whole Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying session.
Here is the transcript of the Post 2021 Hungarian GP Qualifying track interviews and press conference featuring Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.