‘Your time will come,’ Lewis Hamilton tells Lando Norris after his F1 loss.

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‘Your time will come,’ Lewis Hamilton tells Lando Norris after his F1 loss.

After his Formula One loss in the Russian Grand Prix, LEWIS HAMILTON offered advise to his co-star Lando Norris.

ITV hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield spoke with Lando Norris about his Formula One debut on Monday’s This Morning.

The McLaren driver came close to winning the latest Russian Grand Prix, but he was eventually passed by Lewis Hamilton, who finished first. Despite his disappointment at finishing fourth, Lando told the presenters how Lewis and his fellow Formula One drivers offered him advise after the race.

Phillip started by asking the Formula One driver if any of the other drivers had reached out to him for guidance and assistance.

Lando told the host, “A few, I mean Lewis did.”

“Obviously, Lewis was the one who basically robbed me of the race victory.

“Coming from Lewis, who I grew up watching, he’s Lewis, a seven-time world champion,” says the narrator.

“And to hear what he had to say since he’s gone through a lot of different experiences,” Lando added.

“In certain circumstances, it’s probably even worse. But, in my opinion, it’s even worse because it’s that first win that you really desire.

“Many drivers complimented me on my work and stated things like ‘My time will come,’ which I clearly heard a lot.

“However, when it comes from someone you look up to, it means a little bit more.”

Lando also discussed his mental health with the hosts. “I believe people don’t realize many things that a driver goes through from when they only watch TV,” he explained.

“It’s a shame, but there are more shows now where you can see what the driver is like behind the scenes, and how much strain and stress they have to deal with.”

“There are a lot of eyeballs on you when you’re 19, especially coming into Formula One.”

“As a result, dealing with all of these things took its toll on me.”

“I’m thinking to myself, ‘I don’t know what will happen if something goes wrong.'” What will happen if I don’t go out on the following session and perform?'” he added.

“‘Will I be racing in Formula One next year?” ‘What am I going to do if I’m not?’ It’s something I’m not particularly good at. “Brinkwire News Summary.”

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