Patrice Evra hijacks Martin Brundle’s interview of Stormzy during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Manchester United icon Patrice Evra has had fans hysterical after hijacking Martin Brundle’s interview with Stormzy at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The decisive race of the F1 season will see Lewis Hamilton or Max Verstappen crowned world champion with the duo stuck at the top of the table with 369.5 points.
Brundle mingled with the stars ahead of the long-awaited race, chatting with a multitude of famous faces.
And Evra stepped in towards the end of Brundle’s conversation with rapper Stormzy – sending fans online.
The former United defender grabbed the mic and shouted: “And he loves this game! I don’t care”, just as Stormzy and Brundle finished their quick conversation on the track.
Meanwhile, Lando Norris says he has the “best seat” to watch the Formula 1 title showdown after qualifying third in Abu Dhabi – but admits he doesn’t want to cause controversy as Hamilton and Verstappen compete for the championship.
While Red Bull’s Verstappen stole a step from Hamilton by sealing pole position ahead of Mercedes with the pair stuck on 369.5 points in the standings, Norris put in a fine lap to take third place for McLaren.
The 22-year-old is now aiming for a fifth podium of the season at the Yas Marina circuit, but he knows he will play a supporting role behind the title’s protagonists.
âI think I’m in the best seat for tomorrow,â he said.
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âI’m very excited to see everything unfold. It’s a real pleasure to be in this position, to see everything that has happened this season between Max and Lewis.
âWatching the battle and the race, as I have a lot of respect for them, gives me the top spot for tomorrow’s view.
âI’m a little nervous because I want to stay where I am and watch everything unfold in the first few laps or the whole race.
“But I also don’t want to get too involved because that could cause controversy. I don’t know whether to go forward, not to go forward, you tell me?”