The 27-year-old hoped that Leclerc would continue his dominance at French GP 2022 on Sunday.
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The final lap witnessed Leclerc finishing the race in 1m 30.872s, keeping Red Bull’s Verstappen behind by 0.304s.
The four-time champion also hoped for an improved performance from the team at Paul Ricard but also looked worried about the challenge the track poses for the drivers.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen leads the Driver's championship with 208 points.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen won the previous year's race at the iconic Paul Ricard track in Le Castellet.
McLaren boss Andreas Seidl was delighted with the team’s performance.
Much like his teammate Valtteri Bottas, Hamilton believes that the two-stop pit stop strategy could have been the best way to beat Verstappen.
Contrasting strategies from Red Bull and Mercedes decided the French Grand Prix, allowing Max Verstappen to celebrate on Sunday.
The results are from the Paul Ricard Circuit where Mercedes tend to dominate.
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