Lando Norris apologized to Lewis Hamilton for his previous comments on Hamilton's record-breaking 92 wins.
兰多·诺里斯（Lando Norris）向刘易斯·汉密尔顿（Lewis Hamilton）道歉，此前他曾评论汉密尔顿（Hamilton）破纪录的92场lol比赛投注软件胜利。
Norris, 20, wrote on Twitter: "I should apologize. Some of the things I said in the media and interviews recently, I was stupid and careless, and I did not show due respect to specific people. I’m not that kind of person, so I know I should apologize to them, and everyone who reads/listens. I’m sorry."
Last Sunday, Hamilton scored his 92nd career victory, which puts him ahead of Michael Schumacher’s previous record for the most F1 wins. When asked about his views on the achievements of his fellow British, Norris' reaction was relatively flat.
Norris said: “I’m just happy for him, nothing else. It’s meaningless to me, really. The car he’s in can basically win every race. He just needs to beat one. Two opponents, that's it. To be fair, he is just doing what he has to do."
In the first few laps of the Portuguese Grand Prix, McLaren had a short lead. Sainz surpassed Bottas and took the lead. Norris also staged an offensive and defensive battle with Hamilton.
"As a team, we all had an amazing start," Norris Conference said. "It was so cool to see the first and third orange cars. Although it didn't last long. But we had a very good start. We put our car in the right place and we drove well. So I am also happy for what I did."