Lewis Hamilton

‘You’re probably to cheer that?!’ – Hamilton criticises fans for response to qualifying crash

The
Mercedes
driver
missing
control
into
Turn
7
and
skid
into
the
obstacles
shut
to
the
Purple
Bull
Ring
grandstands,
which
are
mainly
packed
with
Max
Verstappen
lovers
this
weekend.

Hamilton
was
on
class
to
problem
Verstappen
for
pole
prior
to
Friday’s
crash,
but
he
alternatively
finished
in
10th
in advance of
getting
bumped
up
a
location
following
Sergio
Perez
was
penalised.

Speaking
right after
generating
up
just one
position
to
complete
eighth
in
Saturday’s
dash
race,
which
establishes
the
grid
for
Sunday’s
most important
grand
prix,
Hamilton
strike
out
at
those
who
cheered.

“I
really don’t
concur
or
condone
any
of
that,
no
subject
what,”
he
mentioned.
“A
driver
could
have
been
in
hospital
and
you
are
likely
to
cheer
that?

“It
is
intellect-blowing
that
people today
would
do
that,
realizing
how
risky
our
sport
is.
I
am
grateful
I
was not
in
hospital
and
was not
injured.

“You
must
never ever
cheer
someone’s
downfall,
someone’s
personal injury
or
crash.”

Hamilton
escaped
unharmed,
with
the
incident
coming
much less
than
a
week
on
from
Zhou
Guanyu’s
horror
crash
at
the
British
Grand
Prix
when
he
in some way
averted
any
really serious
accidents.

Pink
Bull’s
Verstappen
was
booed
by
a
part
of
supporters
at
Hamilton’s
household
race
at
Silverstone,
but
the
Briton
is
not
a
admirer
of
drivers
staying
jeered.

“It
should not
have
took place
at
Silverstone,
and
it
should not
have
transpired
in this article,”
he
said.

Verstappen
gained
the
sprint
to
declare
8
details
and
begin
on
pole
for
the
Austrian
Grand
Prix,
even though
Ferrari
duo
Charles
Leclerc
and
Carlos
Sainz
are
2nd
and
third
respectively.

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