“The day Messi and Ronaldo of motorsport met”: Lewis Hamilton drove alongside ‘The Doctor’ in the Moto GP R1 at Valencia’s Ricardo Tormo Circuit in 2019

Lewis Hamilton shared a day with Moto GP Valentino Rossi’s GOAT right after the end of the season at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit.

Take references from the multi-universe from the new Spiderman movie, in which the Spidermans from the different universes come together.

Motorsport fans should remember that this happened before when two GOATs (Greatest of All Time) Formula 1 and Moto GP 2019 swapped their rides.

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“I used to be a big fan of Lewis, but now I am even more” – The Doctor applauds Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton rode Valentino Rossi’s 2019 Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP YZR-M1, which he had ridden at the same track just weeks earlier. Meanwhile, Rossi was behind the wheel of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power +, with which Hamilton drove to the 2017 Formula 1 world championship title

Commenting on the wonderful experience, The Doctor said, “I used to be a huge Lewis fan, but now I am even more so. We had a fantastic day when the two top classes in motorsport not only met, but also worked together. I felt like a real F1 driver for a day. I didn’t want the day to end.

Excited Hamilton also commented on the dream day: “It’s so great to see a legend like Valentino in the car. I’m happy for him to discover the car for the first time.

“Reminds me of my first time in an F1 car. When you see the whole team around you, it’s just a different animal. It was so cool to be on the track and see Valentino on the same bike in front of me. “

Despite the fall, he didn’t stop until we showed him the checkered flag – Meregalli on Lewis Hamilton’s dedication

During the trip, Hamilton suffered a minor accident in the MotoGP R1. However, his performance on the motorcycle impressed the Yamaha bosses at the time, and Meregalli admitted that that day had done nothing that “did” to him.

“He had only ridden a motorcycle eight times before getting on a MotoGP bike, so I don’t think it hurt him,” added Meregalli.

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“Then it is clear that we have tried [the bike] in the best of conditions, with a wet one [engine] Map and with tires that weren’t what we normally use, also because we couldn’t use them properly.

“It was windy, it was cold, so the conditions weren’t ideal, but he didn’t stop until we showed him the checkered flag. “