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                                            Today, @lewishamilton equaled the great Michael Schumacher and became a 7 x Formula 1 world champion. Honestly, I couldn't be happier. Many of you know that this man is my absolute hero and that I've been a devoted fan since the very beginning of his @f1 career. To support him all these years and to watch him become the greatest racing driver of all time is an absolute privilege, and even though it's unlikely he'll see this post, I just want to thank him for all the joy he's given me across these seasons. Not only does he now have the same amount of titles as Schumi, but he now holds the outright records for wins, poles and podiums, and he's the only driver to win a race in every season he's contested. Today's Turkish GP was a race that paid testament to his qualities as a driver. To take the win despite starting P6 in the toughest conditions with a car that was off the pace all weekend, was the mark of a true champion, and I couldn't of asked for a better way to watch him win his 7th world title. After the race he said, "Dream the impossible and speak it in to existence." What a hero, what a role model, what a special man. Congratulations Lewis, you are the greatest πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ
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Today, @lewishamilton equaled the great Michael Schumacher and became a 7 x Formula 1 world champion. Honestly, I couldn't be happier. Many of you know that this man is my absolute hero and that I've been a devoted fan since the very beginning of his @f1 career. To support him all these years and to watch him become the greatest racing driver of all time is an absolute privilege, and even though it's unlikely he'll see this post, I just want to thank him for all the joy he's given me across these seasons. Not only does he now have the same amount of titles as Schumi, but he now holds the outright records for wins, poles and podiums, and he's the only driver to win a race in every season he's contested. Today's Turkish GP was a race that paid testament to his qualities as a driver. To take the win despite starting P6 in the toughest conditions with a car that was off the pace all weekend, was the mark of a true champion, and I couldn't of asked for a better way to watch him win his 7th world title. After the race he said, "Dream the impossible and speak it in to existence." What a hero, what a role model, what a special man. Congratulations Lewis, you are the greatest πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†πŸ . πŸ“Έ by @domginnphoto . . . #F1 #lewishamilton #TEAMLH #TeamLH44 #mercedesf1 #lewishamilton44 #lewishamiltonfans #keepfightingmichael

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@samhallpike I'll be the first person to admit that the sport needs to be more competitive, particularly at the sharp end. The midfield has been great this season though, and it's so tight in the standings as well. I don't think the rule changes will initially have as big an impact as expected, I think it will take a couple of seasons. The problem is, even though there will be new rules with budget caps, the big 3 teams have been busy throwing money up front at things like infrastructure in to the project, where smaller outfits still need to stick to a budget. We'll see though ...

samhallpike

@markroseofficial Tbf mate I’ve never like him on and off the track, I won’t lie he is very talented, as much as I love f1 it’s so boring who comes 1st and 2nd, I love watching the mid field battles because it’s exciting, watching the same guy win every race and not actually have many battles with other drivers just isn’t entertaining for me. I just hope the new changes will make it more competitive to watch

@samhallpike Last I checked mate, making a set of intermediate tyres last 50 odd laps while dragging a car that's been horrifically off the pace all weekend from P6 to the top step of the podium is hardly luck. Other drivers spun off and made mistakes because the track was literally an ice rink today, and it's no surprise that experienced drivers like Hamilton, Perez and Vettel made it on to the podium. It's in conditions like that where the best drivers who know how to keep it on the road rise to the top. His winning margin at the end of the race was 30 seconds as well. He drove well where others struggled and called the strategy to perfection. Pure masterclass, but as always, people who don't like him or don't understand the sport properly will always try and find a reason to hate πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Also, giving information on tyres and brakes to his engineer is what he's supposed to be doing, that and he's clearly running the race strategy πŸ˜‚ Right on about the Ferraris though. Both drivers and team drove a great race considering the pace of the car πŸ‘Œ

samhallpike

@markroseofficial everyone else’s fuck ups got him podium. I can’t stand him mate, every race he cries his tyres and brakes are fucked but continues another 30 laps on the same set and says yeah tyres are good. He didn’t really have to fight for positions today, he isn’t entertaining to watch, the likes of max, Charles, lando, are entertaining to watch. I think Ferrari done unbelievable today given their shit car this season.