Sport View in the wrong moment: That's what Lewis Hamilton's re-start
Hamilton admits being left in disbelief at reaching 100 F1 poles
Lewis Hamilton has admitted to being left in disbelief at taking a 100th career Formula One pole position following a thrilling qualifying session for the Spanish Grand Prix. The Brit narrowly pipped chief title rival Max Verstappen by just three hundredths of a second to top spot, with his Red Bull rival lining up alongside him on the front row for Sunday's race at the Circuit de Catalunya.
thatin Portimao would be his 97th Grand Prix victory , After that it did not look at the beginning of the race. Because in the re-start after the safety car, the Mercedes pilot of Max was overrun and lost its second place to the Dutcher in Kurve 1. A look at the wrong moment should be guilty according to Hamilton.
When the Safety Car returned to the box, Hamilton lay behind his teammate Valtteri Bottas in second place. This had maintained due to the counterwind on the destination straight to almost at the last moment to put on the pace as a leader.
Lewis Hamilton wins in Barcelona
with the better racing strategy Configured the Formula 1 world champion to stip his competitors Max. The Red Bull Pilot fails because his tires can no longer compete against race ends. © Albert GEA / Reuters once pleasure, once frustration: Victor Lewis Hamilton (r.) And the beaten Max (r.) It was a scene that had almost a little symbol character: as Max stip his Red Bull after the Race in Barcelona in the so-called Parc Fermé behind the stand with the number two posted, since the wind swept th
"Of course I was focused on Valtteri and just looked in my rearview mirror for the fraction of a second to see where Max was. And right at this moment Valtteri is going on," Hamilton describes the crucial scene. "That's why I lost ground against Valtteri. That was not great."
But that was not all:could use the moment to get in a good position. "I was in Valtteris windshadows, and Max was short to tore before," says Hamilton. Therefore, he decided for the blockade maneuver and thus unintentionally stapped the windshade of his teammate.
in Kurve 1 the Red Bull then moved over. "And I thought, 'I have idiot!'"
for the rest of the race Hamilton then had fun again. The Briton was able to overtake his counterparties in front of him and win the race. "The route has enabled us to Fighten in the first stint. I think that's what the fans want. At least that's what I want," he says.
"The track was great because you could drive different lines in some curves - a little like austin. That was really great."
He has once again seen a "great fight" between Red Bull and Mercedes - and the proof that Red Bull would be capable of the fastest race round at the end. This promises a lot according to Hamilton. He announces: "We will drive each other to the last race. We will end up enough - or enough of racing because there are so many races."
Jurors hear tasered ex-Aston Villa star was kicked 'like a football' .
Jurors heard the chilling details of how former Premier League star Dalian Atkinson was kicked in the head 'with substantial force' at his murder trial at Birmingham Crown Court today. © Provided by Daily Mail ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( The statement, read to the court by prosecutor Paul Jarvis, described Atkinson as appearing to be 'very agitated' as he kicked at his father's front door.