data-preserver-spaces=”true”>Lewis Hamilton failed to win the 2019 Japanese GP after the race was won by Valtteri Bottas. After the race, Hamilton mentioned that it was still avoiding.
In the race that took place at the Suzuka Circuit, Japan, Sunday (10/13/2019), Bottas came out as the first racer to touch the finish line, followed by Sebastian Vettel (in the second position) and Hamilton in the third position.
After the race, Hamilton prefers to comment on the success of his team, Mercedes, winning the constructor’s world championship in 2019. The reason Botta’s victory has led Mercedes to lock the title.
“Congratulations to the team. It’s worthy of winning six years in a row. I just want to get the best points for the team today,” Lewis Hamilton was quoted as saying by Crash.net.
Despite failing to win the Japanese GP, Hamilton is still at the top of the drivers’ standings. The British driver is also still a favorite in the hunt for the 2019 Formula 1 world championship.
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