Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton wins the British Grand Prix for the eighth time

Lewis Hamilton wins his 8th British Grand Prix while the F1 opponent Max Verstappen collide on the opening lap who was rushed to the hospital.

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton achieved his 8th British Grand Prix following a contentious crash with F1 rival Max Verstappen who crashed out due to Hamilton’s dive down his inside on the entrance to Copse at 180mph. He was sent out of strength and exploded into the wall in the high-speed accident at Silverstone.

British Formula One driver Hamilton was given a penalty of 10-second time for the incident he inflicted because kg which the Belgian-Dutch driver Verstappen was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.

 

“Is Max okay?’ asked Hamilton over the radio to which the Mercedes driver’s race engineer Peter Bonnington responded: ” He is out of the car”.

“I was ahead going in there. Pulling alongside, it was my line,” added the public favourite, Hamilton.

Red Bull dissented in the decisive terms and called the director of the race Michael Masi to let him know their opinion about the occurrence and asking him to “deal with it appropriately”.

Hamilton has now won eight British Grand Prix and this one was the hugest public for a sporting tournament in the UK since the start of the global pandemic COVID-19 virus. “We have got the best crowd here. It’s a dream to win in front of them all,” said Lewis.

 

 

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