Lewis Hamilton Keeps It Moving: A Closer Look at the F1 Legend
Ever since he superseded all expectations with one of the greatest rookie performances in Formula1 history in 2007, he’s consistently been able to rise to the top of the all-time pole positions list.
Tattooed across his shoulders and emblazoned across the back of Lewis Hamilton’s helmet are the words ‘Still I Rise’. Which he did when he went ahead of his hero Ayrton Senna, then blasted into first place in the wins column surpassing the inimitable Michael Schumacher, and to top it all off he matched the legend's seven world titles. You won’t have to travel the entire world to choose who will win this year's F1 Grand Prix World Championship. You can place your F1 bets at Michigan online casinos like BetMGM & DraftKings.
His performance this past weekend with the Mercedes team wasn’t the best, but he didn’t seem to be too affected by it; and stayed on the fact that they scored points. “I was giving it everything but a bit stuck behind a few people at the beginning. A bit unlucky, but you learn and I got back to sixth, we got points, so we didn’t lose anything today, really,” said Hamilton.
We are always definitely confident that an athlete and professional with his caliber of victories is always able to bounce back and continue to build his ultra-defying legacy. Some would even go as far as to say that he is the G.O.A.T? The real artistry is that he defined his own path in a world where not too many were open to his ideas, combining his unforgivable speed with a refusal to conform to stereotypes of how a racing driver should think, dress, or behave.
Respect isn’t given in the F1, but Hamilton – now Sir Lewis Hamilton – has earned it from every one of his peers. And this is because they know that when the final bell rings and it actually counts, his visor goes down and the lights go out, it’s Hammertime.