Sir Lewis Hamilton relishing the impact of Drive to Survive in the US: “Never understood the people here”

Lewis Hamilton enjoyed the growth of Formula 1 in the United States. This coming weekend will see two races in a season on American soil for the first time in Formula 1 history and the seven-time world champion believes Drive to Survive has a huge impact on that.

For the attention of next weekend’s race, Hamilton is allowed to join good morning america, one of the biggest shows in the United States. In the first place, the Mercedes driver was asked about his knighthood and whether many people in his neighborhood called him ‘Sir’. “No, only my father. I don’t let anyone call me ‘Sir’. Only my nephews and nephews call me ‘Mr Uncle'”, Hamilton laughed. “It’s a tremendous privilege in England but I don’t realize it very often.”

Drive to Survive

Last season’s runners-up looked forward to the first race in Miami. “It’s nerve-racking, it’s a big event. We’ve raced in Texas many times of course, which is always great. The first race I did here was at Indianapolis 2007. Now the Netflix series Drive to Survive is growing so fast. have two Grands Prix in the United States. Next year in Las Vegas there will be another one. It will be big,” the Briton hoped.

Hamilton doesn’t understand

Hamilton was then asked if the premier class had finally achieved the popularity he had hoped for in the United States for years. “I think we did get here. I’ve been coming here for a long time, but I’ve never really understood why people here don’t really care about Formula 1. pandemic. and now is boomhe concluded.

Stay informed throughout the F1 season

Get the most important F1 news clearly packaged in a weekly newsletter. Includes specials and exclusive interviews.

Juliet Palmer

"Typical tv ninja. Pop culture lover. Web expert. Alcohol fan. Wannabe analyst. General bacon aficionado."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.