The bromance between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton is still going strong, with the two world champions continuing to praise each other on their performances at the Turkish Grand Prix. Vettel, who got his first podium in over a year, was the first person to greet Hamilton in parc ferme after winning a record-equalling seventh drivers’ title.

When asked what was said between the two in that intimate moment, Vettel told media “I told him it was special for us because we can witness history being made today”.

Vettel Shared Some Beautiful Words About Hamilton After The Turkish GP
Vettel was the first to meet Hamilton after the race © XPB Images

“He is the greatest of our era for sure. I think it is always difficult to compare. You know, how can you possibly compare Fangio or Stirling Moss to our generation? You can’t. We would be useless because we would all be shitting ourselves in those cars. Maybe they would be useless in our cars as they are way too fast, who knows? But it doesn’t matter.

“I think every era has its driver, or drivers, and Lewis is certainly the greatest of our era.

“To me, certainly emotionally, Michael Schumacher will always be the greatest driver, but there is no doubt that Hamilton is the greatest in terms of what he has achieved. He has equalled the championships, he has more races won, he has a lot more pole positions, so I think he has done everything you can ask for.

“Today is the best proof. It is a very difficult race to stay on track, two hours long and probably if we are honest it wasn’t his race to win and he still won it. So, I think once again he managed to pull out something special from the bag. He deserves everything he has.”

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Legends supporting legends © XPB Images

The respect these two have for one another is so wholesome, and we will never tire of seeing them racing alongside one another on the track or striving for a better sport off the track.



Vettel Shared Some Beautiful Words About Hamilton After The Turkish GP © XPB Images