Lewis Hamilton Pessimistic about Dutch Grand Prix Outcome after Q2 Exit
Lewis Hamilton expressed a bleak outlook for the Dutch Grand Prix following his early exit from qualifying at Zandvoort. Despite consistently being in the top five during practice sessions, the Mercedes driver faced a challenging qualifying session in changing weather conditions, resulting in a starting position no higher than 13th at the seaside circuit.
Hamilton’s qualifying session was marred by traffic incidents that affected his performance. He was impeded by drivers such as Lance Stroll and Fernando Alonso from Aston Martin, as well as Yuki Tsunoda. These incidents led to investigations into potential impeding by the aforementioned drivers during both Q1 and Q2.