Lewis Hamilton's 'natural ability is fantastic' says Button
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Lewis Hamilton will start the British Grand Prix from second place after Max Verstappen won Saturday’s sprint race at Silverstone. Red Bull looked much quicker yesterday are worried they will not be able to close the gap when the lights go out.
“Naturally it hasn’t been the best day for us but we’ve been giving it absolutely everything,” said Hamilton.
“Tomorrow’s going to be tough but just the support of the fans, even the parade lap, the roar of the crowd is just magnificent. I’ll recharge tonight, come back stronger tomorrow.
“There’s definitely things that we’ve learnt from today and I hope that we can improve for tomorrow.
“I’ll be giving it everything for everyone who turns up tomorrow and I hope we can have a closer race than we had today.”
British Grand Prix LIVE
- Max Verstappen starts on pole after winning Saturday’s sprint race
- Lewis Hamilton joins his Red Bull rival on the front row
- Verstappen leads Hamilton by 33 points in the Drivers’ Championship
2pm: Good afternoon and welcome to Express Sport’s coverage of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Around 140,000 fans will attend today’s race, which is the most spectators at an event in the UK since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
They will be hoping to see home favourite Hamilton claw back some of the 33-point deficit to Verstappen in the Drivers’ Championship.
But the Brit will be fighting from second on the grid after he struggled to match Red Bull’s pace during Saturday’s sprint race.
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