Formula One: Back Lewis Hamilton to Make Roaring Comeback

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Having won four back to back titles, to go with the three he managed previously, it would be fair to say that British F1 driver Lewis Hamilton will have been expecting to be in pole position for the title in 2021. So far this has not proven to be the case.

The 36-year-old Mercedes driver picked up wins in three of the first four races of the season and appeared to be making a big step towards securing a record eighth title but things have started to sour somewhat in recent weeks.

Wins in France and then back to back successes in Austria have given Max Verstappen a good shot at wrestling domination away from Hamilton and it’s at times like this that having access to a great odds comparison site could become incredibly important. If a strong favorite starts to take a beating, and this can happen in any sport from the NBA to NFL and beyond, then being able to select the best odds from the leading brands will help you maximise your payout. You can click here to make the most informative data driven decisions and get the most out of your sports betting experience.

In terms of Hamilton, it would be too early to rule out arguably the best F1 driver of all-time from making a comeback in the coming weeks. Indeed Lewis Hamilton appears to be more than capable of making up the gap that currently exists between himself and his big rival, and that’s mirrored by team boss Toto Wolff, who stated;

“Morale in the team is good, we could see the improvement in race pace was from last weekend so we are making progress and eventually we will be competing for the win again.

“But this is so far from over. I don’t know what is he, 32 points behind Max? that’s a DNF away. And he’s in the hunt again. And if we look at Baku and the potential, and look at the other races, overall, we need to up our game, make less mistakes, and continue to understand the car better and then we are massively in the hunt,”

Next up is the British Grand Prix, a race Hamilton has a rich history in with seven wins at Silverstone, but it’s fair to say the mood of the world champion isn’t exactly effusive;


On whether Hamilton’s Mercedes can keep up with the in-form Red Bulls, the Brit stated;


“Not really. It is definitely not going to make up the time.

“There is a long way to go but we cannot match Red Bull at the moment. We will do our best but it is definitely going to be tough.”

Verstappen leads the F1 standings with 182 points and Hamilton is in second spot on 150 with the likes of Sergio Perez and Lando Norris just behind.


Meanwhile Hamilton’s Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas sits in fifth having secured podium finishes in each of the last two races.