Lewis Hamilton was at the GP of Brazil by the F1 fans voted ‘Driver of The Day’.
Hamilton had after his crash during the qualifying race from the pitlane start. Thanks to the early safety car took the Brit a quick connection with the rest of the rijdersveld and could Hamilton on an impressive overtaking race start.
One after the other wagon was overtaken and in a fast pace and pushed Hamilton on to the first ten riders. As reed Hamilton even in the lead of the race, this is because he last longer than the leaders in the race waited for his pit-stop to perform. After his pit-stop, succeeded Hamilton managed to end up as fourth to finish, in less than about five seconds of racewinnaar Sebastian Vettel.
Hamilton finished just next to the stage but he gets the ‘Driver of The Day award’ of the F1 fans. It was the third time this season that Hamilton by the fans was voted “Driver of The Day’.
Summary of winners ‘Driver of The Day award:
GP of Australia: Sebastian Vettel
GP of China: Max Verstappen
GP of Bahrain: Sebastian Vettel
GP of Russia: Valtteri Bottas
GP of Spain: Sebastian Vettel
GP of Monaco: Sebastian Vettel
GP of Canada: Sebastian Vettel
GP of Azerbaijan: Lance Stroll
GP of Austria: Valtteri Bottas
GP of Great Britain: Daniel Ricciardo
GP of Hungary: Kimi were times
GP of Belgium: Lewis Hamilton
GP of Italy: Daniel Ricciardo
GP of Singapore: Lewis Hamilton
GP of Malaysia: Sebastian Vettel
GP of Japan: Max Verstappen
GP of the United States: Max Verstappen
GP of Mexico: Sebastian Vettel
GP of Brazil: Lewis Hamilton
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- Vettel after victory: “I thought my chance at the start had been missed”
- Valtteri Bottas very disappointed: “Victory was the only aim”
- Verstappen not happy with fifth place: “We made a total of no chance here”