The legend has done it again. Lewis Hamilton remains a man of the people, and with a simple Instagram post, the champ has shaken F1 twitter from its slumber; his model-esque poses dominating the timeline.
When you’re a widely known entity across the globe, people want to know everything about you. They wish to get a glimpse into your personal life now and then and, fortunately, Hamilton is an open book.
Lewis Hamilton is always updating his day-to-day activities on social media. From morning runs to stylish photoshoots,
he keeps informing his fans about his upcoming schedule. While this brings pleasure and comfort to him, fans similarly enjoy learning more about their idol.
As the exciting race at Imola draws near, the Brit cooly laid back in his car for a couple of snaps. Needless to say, fans went wild!
Showing off his muscular arms and tattoos, Lewis wrote, “Going everywhere, always- see you all in Italia.” Twitter went ballistic as they reacted to this picture.
The Imola Grand Prix, which is scheduled for April 22- 24, will host season’s fourth race. Lewis has not had the greatest of time inside his Mercedes W13 and is far away from championship prospects as of now.
His W13 loses too much time on the straights compared to rival chassis and faces issues with porpoising. Though he and British teammate George Russell have managed podiums for the team, they were lucky.
Two Red Bull DNFs awarded them with promoted positions as they made their way to podiums. However, this might not be the case forever, as the Austrian team is competitive and will not settle for lesser.
So Mercedes should watch out! While season openers have not been what Lewis might’ve expected, he still trusts his team.
Always relaying positive words for them, he knows that the British unit can always turn the tide in their favour. Imola is very familiar to Lewis, and he should be hoping for a great finish there.
While Mercedes are the third-best on pure pace right now, fans expect them to have gained some success with the car. The question thus remains, can they win this Grand Prix?