The F1 world goes gaga outside Lewis Hamilton and George Russell Bromance’s ‘coffee shop’

It doesn’t matter if you’re a 7-time world champion, we all need the occasional coffee break. But unfortunately, the cup of caffeine Lewis received was “disgusting”. It was during one of the practice sessions that Lewis was spotted alongside his team, trying to better understand the car. Here Hamilton, Toto Wolff and George Russell were seen discussing a few things that were overheard by fans.

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Mercedes performed well ahead of the race and qualifying. Hamilton feels particularly more comfortable in the car despite the rebounds. The FP2 session ended with him ranked second and with little difference between him and a Ferrari. Moreover, the W13 also looked faster than the Red Bulls.

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Amidst it all, Twitter fans reacted to Hamilton saying something. In the video, the seven-time world champion says, “The coffee is disgusting” while talking to Wolff and Russell in particular.

Several fans think that’s a very British thing to say, given that Hamilton and Russell are Brits and prefer tea. Additionally, there were also reactions to the way Hamilton looked at his teammate and how they bonded.

The Silverstone weekend was the smoothest run for W13 this year. There weren’t many complaints about the rebound. Even if he is still present, Hamilton has still certainly found the grip.

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It could potentially be a three-way fight if Mercedes handles everything well. However, they are still no faster than the Ferraris that still top the leaderboards.

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The last few days haven’t been particularly good for Hamilton. The driver was abused by former world champion Nelson Piquet. However, he also received great support from everyone in the F1 community. Also, having a tough year with the Silver Arrows, Silverstone might finally be where he can compete.

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Formula One F1 – British Grand Prix – Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, Britain – June 30, 2022 Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton wearing a face mask during the pre-Grand Prix news conference REUTERS/Andrew Boyers

When asked if they had made any changes to narrow pontoons, a Mercedes official reported, “Not enough [sidepods] but we are looking at different front fenders, rear fenders, there will be some changes on the floor, so some other details.

“But there’s a lot of development this year under the cars where people don’t see it, but it will be a bit more obvious to those watching.”

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Looking at the free practice table, what do you think Mercedes can do on their home turf? Can Hamilton still win?