This time, Hamilton and Vettel have a savage poetry war and Daniel Ricciardo looks for vulnerability. The grid discusses the presence of Jon Snow at the Italian Grand Prix and Sergio Perez executes a vicious plan.
Following Hamilton’s victory at the Italian Grand Prix, he quickly took to his social media handles to spit stanza and post poetry all over t’internet. His latest piece, already being considered for the elusive Nobel Prize of Literature, has been endorsed passionately by fans.
— Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) September 3, 2017
We got an exclusive preview to one of his latest poems that snapshots Hamilton’s Italian Grand Prix. It is titled: Faster Than The Speed of Love:
Heart Pounding on the Front-Row
Ascending Senna’s pole record fo’sho
Red lights go out, we go
Black rubber spins, the rest follow
British flags dot a red sea
Loyal to me, not Tifosi
Man does it for them, you see
For pride, for glory, and the salary
Purple sector, purple sector, purple sector, purple laps
Soz Red Bull and Ferrari, you’ll have to try harder chaps
Lapped that boy Versteppen, who can hear my fanboy’s faps
another win for me, Seb’s title hopes collapse
On top of the podium, you can boo, you can hiss
Thank God we’re not in Dubai, rosewater tastes like piss
Thoughts are with the 2017 title, I really deserve this
My rivals will have to settle for a silver and bronze abyss
– By Lewis Hamilton – aged 32 and three-quarters
— Formula 1 (@F1) September 4, 2017
Hamilton is allegedly considering a post-race career as a poet, his heart-felt tribute to the people’s princess clearly the start to what could be an illustrious campaign as a wordsmith. The Brit now leads the 2017 Championship for the first time, his rival Sebastian Vettel is allegedly creating a diss track in response to Hamilton’s “Faster than the Speed of Love”, that involves “sick bars about spending years in the grime at Toro Rosso” and “Oil-burning a fleet of E-class Mercedes-Benz’ for fun”. Whether the German has his response ready for the Singapore Grand Prix remains to be seen.