I recall a deep and massive feeling from the previous speed racer of Formula 1.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen came into the year's final race tied for the 2021 Formula 1 title with 369.5 points each. More emotion than that, impossible.
I watched all the races last year and have been doing it in 2022.
For me, Lewis Hamilton represents incredible ethic behavior and a clean way of doing his job. When I look at him and his stories, I see a respectful man who loves Airton Senna (and yes, I'm Brazilian), so competitive, elegant, and brave (as Charles Leclerc is - and my husband like him, he's so talented too). I genuinely want to learn more about Lewis's emotional balance because it's unbelievable.
So, come back to the final race, hahaha, I started that week with a positive mind for him, and the result: Hamilton, the Winner! However, Max, looking for his first world title, started from the pole position. And then happened the first touch between the two. Max tried to get back at the Brit and take the lead. Yet, he touched the opponent, who left the track but managed to return and take first.
The stewards understood that the incident on the first lap would not have to be investigated. It was decided that Lewis only left the track because Verstappen pushed him. On the final lap, Verstappen got Hamilton back.
In the last corner, the Dutchman managed to overtake the Englishman, made history in Abu Dhabi, and won the unprecedented title.
So I cried. Regardless of Lewis's position on each race, I'm still cheering him as a loyal fan.
For this reason, I'm curious to know if you have or had a passion for a sport or someone related and got your nerves racking in a final decision. 🤣
So, I invite you to share your experience. 😃
I wish you a fabulous week! ❤️