Mercedes GP driver Lewis Hamilton has stated that he is happy with the progress that his team has made but admitted that he fears Red Bull Racing is too far ahead.
The Englishman stated that Red Bull Racing has done a marvelous job with their cars and it showed how far they are actually ahead of the rest of the pack with yet another one-two finish at the free practice session on Friday ahead of the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he has patched up his differences with his father and is now looking forward to enjoying life with him.
The 28-year-old has been having a torrid time of late following his split from longtime girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger. He recently dedicated his first win for Mercedes – at the Hungarian Grand Prix – to his former girlfriend.
Lewis Hamilton recently managed to get his first victory of the new season and also the first of his Mercedes career at the recent Hungarian Grand Prix. It was one of the best races of the season for Mercedes and it is one that has put them as one of the title challengers.
The team has been showing incredible race pace in the last few races and this could help the team get an impressive end to the season. After trailing behind his teammate Nico Rosberg in terms of victories, the Brit was extremely happy to get the first win under his belt.
Pop singer Nicole Scherzinger and Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton broke off their relationship earlier this month but it seems that the Englishman’s heartbroken ways are here to stay as he took to the social networking site Twitter to post yet another message for his lost beloved.
The former Pussycat Dolls singer called time on her turbulent five year relationship with Hamilton, citing their busy schedule that saw them on opposite sides of the world almost half of the time making it almost impossible to continue their relationship.
British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has hit back at the reigning Drivers’ Champion Sebastian Vettel following his criticism of the Englishman’s team Mercedes after the Monaco Grand Prix.
The German had described Hamilton and his team mate at Mercedes Nico Rosberg as two buses that are out for a cruise because he thought they were too keen on preserving their tyres in the initial laps of the race and this, according to Vettel, slowed down the entire pack behind them.