Lewis Hamilton ‘ready for something special’ as resurgent Brit comes out fighting in Silverstone qualifying downpour

LEWIS HAMILTON has promised to come out swinging in Sunday’s British GP after a downpour dampened the party at Silverstone. He said: “I don’t know if we can challenge for a win, the Red Bulls are so quick but our race pace was better on Friday. “I am hoping we are a little bit closer than the last race. “In the rain we were fighting for the front row until that second to last lap we were up there. The last time he wasn’t on the front row of the grid at Silverstone was in 2014, also mixed up because of the rain. He said: “It was a bit disappointing because I couldn’t really understand. “I really appreciate the fans I have here and maybe some are still feeling the pain from last year still.”. “That didn’t feel amazing but it turned out to be pole position, so, it came as a bit of a surprise.

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