Lewis Hamilton was caught doing some detective work at the Brazilian Grand Prix as he sought to get a closer look at Red Bull's dominant RB19 car.
The seven-time world champion was spotted outside of the Red Bull garage after the sprint race, which was brilliantly won by Max Verstappen, inspecting the Milton Keynes-based team's two cars gleaming in the sunshine in Interlagos.
The Brit struggled in the sprint race having started fifth and, in the closing stages, Yuki Tsunoda in the AlphaTauri managed to breeze past him to take sixth spot, despite his car running close to the rear of the grid for most of the season.
This once again left more questions than answers for Mercedes, who had been expecting to be quick after their strong recent race pace. They had also managed to win the main race in Brazil in 2022 courtesy of George Russell.
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