“We’re in this together,” Mercedes show their support for Lewis Hamilton after a tough outing at the Singapore Grand Prix

Mercedes F1's official Twitter handle shared words of support for Lewis Hamilton who has had a poor run of form.

Mercedes W13
Mercedes W13

The Singapore Grand Prix started off well for Lewis Hamilton who was P4 through most of the race. He was trailing behind a slow Carlos Sainz but was unable to overtake him. During his numerous attempts to overtake the Spaniard, he made a mistake and spun off track.

Despite recovering quickly from his spin-off he was caught in a battle between Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen and immediately took part in the said battle. Hamilton was looking good for a possible podium or at least a top 5 finish, but reality took a different turn and he ended up finishing P9 in the race.

Mercedes had a subpar performance in this race and were only able to score a total of 2 points in the whole race. Their rookie driver this season, George Russell finished P14 in the race scoring no points for the team. The fans were slightly shocked to see Mercedes‘ performance in this race as there were more expectations from them.

“We’re in this together,” Mercedes’ official Twitter handle wrote.

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F1 Twitter reacts to Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton’s tough race at the Singapore Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton
Hamilton (Images through IMAGO / Xinhua)

Mercedes had a subpar weekend at the Singapore Grand Prix, scoring a total of 2 points for their constructors’ championship this weekend. The fans were not pleased with their performance and expected more from them this weekend.

They took to Twitter to express their woes whilst also expressing their feelings toward Mercedes this season.

The support shown by the fans goes to show how much the 37-year-old British driver is respected in the sport and the fans believe that he will bounce back and perform better next race onwards.

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