Lewis Hamilton was sitting in his auto on Sunday finding completely ready to race in the Method 1 Belgian GP, building compact-speak with his pit crew as they did last checks. Whilst 1 may well feel that the kind of discussions going on before a race is certain to the car or the strategy concerned, even skilled drivers just want to discuss about the minutia of their day from time to time. For Hamilton, that meant sharing the specifics of a recent excursion to the rest room beforehand. Obviously, the opinions were also picked up on the Sky Athletics broadcast for all people to appreciate.
Lewis Hamilton: “I’m glad I went to the toilet. The one particular I went to, someone had dropped a nuts bomb in there. The worst issue at any time. It’s going to haunt me for life…” ??? pic.twitter.com/FpSP2MnCRn
— ?? (@KhxnhFCB) August 29, 2021
“I’m glad I went to bathroom. The one particular I went to, anyone had dropped a outrageous bomb in there. It was the worst thing ever…It’s going to haunt me for daily life.”
We have all been there, Lewis. And occasionally it’s just good to know that, to paraphrase the text of Men and women Magazine… celebrities, they’re just like us!
?| Lewis Hamilton has claimed any person “dropped a bomb” in the bathroom he went to, which will “traumatise” him for the rest of his times.
— formularacers (@formularacers_) August 29, 2021
Lewis Hamilton being haunted by a poo in a general public toilet is not what I assumed people would be talking about at this stage of the race #BelgianGP #WTF1
— Tom Bellingham (@TommyWTF1) August 29, 2021
The idea of Lewis Hamilton queuing for the toilet 10 minutes right before a Grand Prix begins tends to make me really feel superior about all all those nervous pees before supplying convention talks.
— Dr. Erin E. Cutts ?? (@cutts_dr) August 29, 2021