Lewis Hamilton says Fernando Alonso’s opinion on his titles ‘makes him laugh’

Fernando Alonso pointed out that he values ​​Max Verstappen’s championship more than Lewis Hamilton

British Lewis Hamilton, Mercedesassured this Sunday that what the Spanish FHernando Alonso, from Alpine, the value of his seven world titles just makes him “laugh”.

“I don’t really have much to say about it, it makes me laugh. I’ve tried to be very respectful over the years. For example, when they asked me who was the best driver I ever raced against, I just praised.” , explained the pilot with the most titles in the world Formula 1 next to the German Michael Schumacher.

Statements of Lewis Hamilton came after finishing second in the Mexican Grand Prix and one day after posting the photo to your account Twitter showing the Briton winning at Indianapolis in 2007, above Fernando Alonso, other.

He made his debut that year Hamilton on Formula 1 and was a companion of the Spanish u McLaren; in the end, the British finished second in the world championship above Alonsothird, and below Finnish Kimi Raikkonen, monarch with Ferrari.

The social media post was in response to comments from Alonso, who commented that Hamilton’s seven world titles competing against only his team-mate was not the same as what he did in 2005 and 2006.

The Spaniard believed that it was more difficult to win the titles of 2005 and 2006, that is, those won by the Dutch Max Verstappen, Red Bullachieved in the last two years.

After posting this, Alonso explained in Twitter that “all the titles are amazing, well-deserved and inspiring”.

“No doubt it’s interesting to see the comments being made on this, but it doesn’t really matter. That’s why I just gave the thumbs up,” he said. Hamilton in Mexico.

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