Hamilton fan rents plane to fly over Zanvoort with provocative message

This is war and almost everything is worth it. If on Thursday Max Verstappen said that he could not ask his fans to stop booing Lewis Hamilton, this Friday a plane flew over the Zandvoort circuit and the 70,000 fans present displaying a message in English: “Seven times world champion. ‘Simply lovely”. The gesture has hints of provocation after the whistles that it has taken Sir Lewis in Hungary and Spa, from the incident with Max at Silverstone. There is tension between drivers and teams and now the hobbies also play their role.

As revealed by ‘The Sun’, a hobbyist named Neil Steele, a native of Lancanshire, spent £ 1,600 for the plane in question to display the banner throughout the morning. “It is an opportunity to show our support for Lewis and to surpass the 70,000 fans that surround us. We will be few, but as Lewis says, ‘we stand up,” he told the British tabloid.

Hamilton leads the World Cup with a three-point advantage over Verstappen after the Belgian GP, ​​which distributed half the points because only two laps of the race were completed, also under a safety car regime. In this way, the Dutchman cut five points from the champion that can be decisive throughout the season.

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