Lewis Hamilton reveals the Queen told him off at the Royal lunch
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Lewis Hamilton was alerted to a tear in his suit after battling to another podium finish at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. The Brit fought valliantly up to P2, and may have even had a chance to scrap with Max Verstappen for top spot if the race had extended another few laps.
“I don’t now where the speed came from,” Hamilton told Sky Sports. “I was struggling at the beginning of the race, but bit by bit I got more comfortable with the balance. I want to acknowledge my team who never give up through this tough year.
“For both cars to be on the podium twice is special for us. George [Russell] was really unlucky today. The other guys still have an edge but we’re closing the gap. Hopefully we will bring some more after the break and start fighting with those in front.
“Being cooler seemed to work better for us, I don’t know why. I was hoping it was going to rain at the end so I could challenge Max [Verstappen] but we ran out of laps. Two second-places in a row, I’m really happy. Thanks to the fans for the amazing support. [Over the summer break] I’ll be training, focusing, re-centring and making sure we come back strong in the second half of the season.”
At the end of the interview, David Coulthard picked up on a tear in Hamilton’s suit at the elbow. The Brit, perplexed with the discovery, explained: “That’s probably just banging against the side of the cockpit. I’ve never seen that before, but my arm is ok.”
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