Lewis Hamilton talked about his performance at the Dutch Grand Prix in Zandvoort, admitting that the traffic on the track made it difficult to navigate through the field until the chequered flag.
Hamilton finished P2 by the end of the race, behind championship rival Max Verstappen, who now leads the Driver’s Championship after the win on home soil. While the Briton was happy with his performance today, he noted that the Red Bull of Verstappen was too quick to catch up to, in the race.
“It was very hard to navigate all this traffic, and it’s hard to follow here,” Hamilton said.
“I gave it absolutely everything today, flat out, pushed as hard as I could, but they were too quick for us. I had an amazing time here in Holland, thanks to the crowd.
“What a race, what a crowd, Max did a great job, congratulations to him.”