Hill urges Hamilton fans: “Do yourself a favour, let it rest!”

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Lewis Hamilton lost the world championship in the final round of the last Grand Prix. The Mercedes driver led for almost the entire race in Abu Dhabi, but was overtaken on the last lap by Max Verstappen, who secured his first world title with that move.

Hamilton fans have commented several times on social media about how the Briton lost his eighth title to the Dutchman. Due to a controversial decision by the race management, one more lap was driven under the green flag after a safety car period. A decision that Michael Masi is not thanked by the British fans.

Damon Hill has a message for all Hamilton fans. The former Formula 1 driver and current F1 presenter at the British Sky, believes fans should get over it and look to the future.

Hamilton fans must get over it

Hill posted a message about the death of singer Ronnie Spector of The Ronettes on Twitter. He shared a song titled ‘Try some, buy some’. In the first place, no message whatsoever has anything to do with Formula 1, but it was nevertheless responded to by a fan of the Mercedes driver.

“Is that song about Sky Sports F1 and F1 journalists?! Or is it about the FIA? I’m asking for a friend,” the fan commented on Hill’s Tweet. He posted the hashtags “#SkyF1xed #F1xed #Shame” on the Tweets. The former F1 driver was clearly on his toes by the message and reacted with irritation.

“If you’re a Hamilton fan, do yourself a favor and let it rest. Because it’s not going to change, never again. I’m looking forward to Lewis Hamilton blowing them in 2022. Winners shouldn’t be constantly whining about it.” how unfair it all is. Show some backbone,” the Briton writes.

Hill hands out extra teasing after typing error

A few hours later, Hill posted another message on Twitter and began apologizing to himself. However, the former driver did not apologize for his opinion, but for a typo he made in his previous message.

Hill had added the phrase “Queue (sic) hate….” after his latest tweet, meaning he expected to get a lot of hate for expressing his opinion. Later, the former Williams driver came back to this.

“I would like to apologize for the latest tweet. It’s ‘cue’ not queue,” the Briton joked. “It’s my fault, although a line will probably form soon…”, continues Hill with a wink.

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