Throwback to when Usain Bolt taught Lewis Hamilton the ‘To Di World’ victory pose during the 2017 United States Grand Prix


Throwback to when Usain Bolt taught Lewis Hamilton the ‘To Di World’ victory pose during the 2017 United States Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton winning his First title with Mercedes in 2014.

Mercedes recently took to Twitter to share a nostalgic moment right ahead of the upcoming United States Grand Prix. They shared a video of Usain Bolt in the 2017 United States Grand Prix, teaching Lewis Hamilton how to do his iconic victory pose. Bolt’s appearance at the 2017 US Grand Prix was met with cheers from the fans and among the drivers in the paddock.

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The 2017 edition of the US GP saw Lewis Hamilton claiming the victory followed by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen taking 2nd and 3rd place respectively. After collecting his trophy for the win, Hamilton asked Bolt to teach him his signature pose. The duo were seen performing this on stage during the awards ceremony.

Hamilton has been having a disastrous season this year due to the lack of pace in his car, which has made it hard for him to win a race this season. Mercedes have been unable to produce a championship-winning car this season and as such have been stuck in third place in the constructors’ championship. Fans expect them to bounce back next season and put up more of a fight.

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F1 Twitter reacts to the nostalgic video of Usain Bolt teaching Lewis Hamilton his signature pose

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton (Images through IMAGO / Xinhua)

The fans love the video of Usain Bolt teaching Lewis Hamilton his signature pose after winning the 2017 United States Grand Prix. There have been an overwhelming number of heartfelt responses for the duo as both are GOATs in their respective sports.

The fans love the duo and the video just goes to show the synergy between them.

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