Lewis Hamilton – Charles Leclerc is sane, unlike Max Verstappen last year

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Silverstone, England – Lewis Hamilton praised Charles Leclerc after his epic fight for position at the British Grand Prix and said it made much more sense than his fight with Max Verstappen in 2021.

Hamilton and Leclerc struggled for third over an amazing three laps in the thrilling finish of the race.

At one point, Leclerc regained a position around the outside of Copse, the same point of the track where Hamilton and Verstappen controversially collided last year.

Such an accident, Hamilton got the inside streak back but Leclerc passed outside without contact, something the seven-time world championships soon pointed out after the race.

“Charles did a great job, what a great fight,” Hamilton told Sky Sports after the race.

“At Copse for example, we both got through there without any problem. What a fight. Really, a really amazing weekend.”

Last year, the FIA ​​appeared to blame Hamilton’s crash, awarding him a 10-second penalty during the race.

Hamilton continued to win regardless.

Joe Portlock – F1/Formula 1 via Getty Images This year Hamilton looked like a strong contender to repeat that victory but left him with a string of moments he felt cost him dearly.

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