Lewis Hamilton has announce his divorced….

The relief for Hamilton was clear for all to hear and see with his initially uncontrollable crying and heartfelt radio messages. The demons of Abu Dhabi 2021, and the lack of victories in the past 56 races in an unwilling car, were to an extent finally extinguished for him and the Mercedes team. It was a tearjerker.

And when the opportunity arose, he wasn’t about to let it go.

Silverstone put on a great four-day all-encompassing festival despite the best efforts of the appalling weather. Luckily on race day it was light showers rather heavy rain which spiced up the Grand Prix nicely.

Three Brits inhabiting the first three grid spots, after a superb effort from George Russell for pole position just edging out team-mate Hamilton, and the ever-popular Lando Norris in third, was just the ticket for most of the huge crowd.

Max Verstappen was ominously in fourth on the grid despite aero floor damage after a trip through a gravel trap, in a Red Bull which no longer looks the fastest car, and from time to time a bit of a handful, given the improvements from McLaren and Mercedes.Lewis Hamilton Spotted Flaunting 'Perfect Divorce Ring' Amidst His  Separation From Mercedes - The SportsRush

Ferrari lacked ultimate pace and have had a miserable run since that glorious Monaco victory, even having to backtrack on their aero updates to move away from bouncing. Charles Leclerc is having an especially difficult time having scored points only once in the four races since Monaco.

For Ferrari to be outqualified by their customer team Haas in the hands of Nico Hulkenberg was especially painful for them. The team feels they will soon be getting on top of the problems though.

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