Amid the uncertainty about the beginning of Belgium GP in Formula 1 due to the heavy rain that falls in Spa-Francorchamps this sunday, the british pilot Lewis Hamilton, gives Mercedes, reported a ‘regrettable scene’ in a bathroom on the traditional Belgian circuit.
“I’m glad I went to the bathroom. The one I went to, someone had thrown a ‘crazy bomb’ in there. The worst thing ever. It’s going to haunt me for the rest of my life,” said the seven-times champion about his trip to the bathroom before the race. The case has repercussions on the networks:
The ‘jokes’ were not restricted to what Hamilton reported: some netizens pointed out the Finnish Kimi Raikkonen, from Alfa Romeo, as the main ‘suspicious’ of having left the ‘bomb’ in the Spa bathroom.
In 2006, before the Brazilian GP, Raikkonen, who ran for McLaren, lost a ceremonial activity with Pelé in Interlagos. When questioned, the ‘Ice Man’ said that he “was giving a ‘crap***'” when the King of Football appeared on the track in São Paulo.
Hamilton at the Belgian GP
Pursuing his eighth F1 title, the #44 car racer leads the 2021 season and has qualified third for the Belgian GP, behind compatriot George Russell of Williams and Dutch rival Max Verstappen of Red Bull.
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