Under immense pressure, Russell retained his lead over Hamilton on the Lap 60 restart and delivered his first win by a margin of 1.5 seconds
The actor was recently seen in LA with J. J. Perry, which piqued the curiosity around something developing on the global front. And now his meeting with British motorsports racing legend, Lewis Hamilton has become the talk of the town.
This season, the Mercedes driver has had to settle for being the best of the rest, with his 2021 title rival Max Verstappen seemingly on course to retain his crown, according to DPA.
Hamilton has urged the FIA to relax their strict rulings against drivers wearing body piercings and neck chains while competing at the race in Florida last weekend, which FIA had turned down.
Mercedes, the eight-time world champions, have struggled with the car so far in the 2022 season. As a result, they have been unable to compete for pole positions and race victories, with Red Bull and Ferrari emerging as the primary championship contenders.
Mercedes currently sit third in the constructors' championship with 77 points - 47 behind leaders Ferrari - their self-confessed "difficult" start to this season compounded by the recent Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, which saw George Russell finishing P4 as Lewis Hamilton could only take P13.
The Dutchman Verstappen topped Saturday's Sprint and led off the line on Sunday, teammate Perez joining him at the front - while Leclerc momentarily dropped to fourth.
Williams is already an investor in Los Angeles' Angel City FC, which plays in the National Women's Soccer League.
Mercedes Formula-1 driver and seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain issued an ominous warning to his rivals, especially Red Bull's Max Verstappen ahead of the new season, saying his "team don't make mistakes".