“I hope it’s not Roscoe”- Lewis Hamilton jokes about his own pet dog after he informed that a stray dog disrupted the session after invading the track.
Lewis Hamilton stood tall in the disrupted FP2 session, as it had to be paused due to an uninvited presence of a stray dog on the track while the session was still going on.
📻 “Dog on track at Turn 1, Lewis”
📻 “I hope it’s not Roscoe.”#BahrainGP
— Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team (@MercedesAMGF1) November 27, 2020
When Hamilton was informed about the sudden presence of the dog, he instantly joked about it and said: “I hope it’s not Roscoe.” Giving a brief moment of laughter amidst the tensed moment.
In this comedy fest, Hamilton was not alone, as Sebastian Vettel also responded it in a funny way as he was caught singing “Who let the dogs out” on the radio. The German also joked: “If I knew that dogs were allowed I’d have brought mine!”
📻 Sebastian Vettel:
“Who let the dogs out. woof woof”
— Krampon F1 (@F1Krampon) November 27, 2020
It seems that it was required, a few moments ago, Alex Albon’s car was crashed out and it ended his session over there only, with the car obviously not in the state to continue.
Roscoe is an internet sensation
Hamilton’s famous dog Roscoe is a heartthrob on the internet, with multiple appearances of him this season with Hamilton post-race has sparked his social media presence.
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The 7 time World champion had once created an Instagram account for his both dogs- Coco and Roscoe and has continued till date, with Coco, unfortunately, dying earlier this year, we only get to see Roscoe on that handle.
And the bulldog certainly has quite an impressive demand with around 260k people are following him. Certainly, living his best life while posing in front of the supercars of F1.
Meanwhile, the canine streaker was rescued from the track safely and the session was restarted a few minutes later.