The craze and love for sports among fanatics across the globe often go beyond the limits which one cannot even imagine. There have been times when supporters have walked miles to go and watch their favourites teams and players live inside the stadium. However, can sports even steal the show on your biggest day of life? Well, a couple recently proved that the answer to this question is Yes!
During the recently-concluded Brazilian GP at Interlagos, a lot was happening on and off the tracks. But something extremely incredible was happening in a wedding in some part of the world. In a video getting viral on social media, a couple (on their wedding) can be seen enquiring about the Brazilian GP which was taking place at Sau Paulo on November 14, Sunday.
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As soon as they got to know that Lewis Hamilton won the race, the duo screamed in joy and were undoubtedly delighted with the news. There was a poster of Hamilton in the background which very well summed up who the couple was rooting for in the race.
While their happiness was certainly doubled up on their wedding day, they also celebrated in some style. With the F1 victory music playing in the background, the newly-wedded couple did a shoey to commemorate the special day which they will remember for a lifetime, with Hamilton's win certainly providing an icing on the cake.
The F1 official page shared the video on Instagram with the caption, "Do you know anyone who loves F1 this much? 🥰😅 This happy couple paused their wedding proceedings to find out who won at Interlagos, before capping the day off with a celebratory shoey! 👟🍾"
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The reaction was more priceless probably because of the fact that the couple might not be expecting a Hamilton win in Brazil. The Mercedes driver was notably starting the race at 10th position on the grid because of the various penalties levied upon him on the weekend. However, he produced a masterclass of driving to go all the way to 1st position, keeping himself in the hunt of the driver's championship.