Sir Lewis Hamilton, the F1 star, was spotted at the NFL Week 6 game between Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers. The 37-year-old racer is also a co-owner of the Broncos.

The Broncos have shared a picture of the legend on Twitter, check it out right here:

The Chargers are currently second on the AFC West table, with three wins and two defeats. On the other hand, the Broncos are trailing at the third position with two wins and three losses.

In the match, it was Greg Dulcich who scored the first touchdown for the Broncos. 

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The Broncos’ quarterback Russell Wilson was also at his very best in the match. He spectacularly responded to all the criticisms that were being levied at him in the first five weeks of the season by connecting with Jerry Jeudy and Dulcich for the game’s first touchdown.

The Chargers fans are angry with the franchise’s officials of moving their base from San Diego to Los Angeles. One fan posted a tweet saying “The Chargers to move back to San Diego. You have no home field advantage, your guard has to tap the center at home for the snap crazy. #DENvsLAC”.

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In another tweet, a fan pointed out that many seats for game have remained unfilled, saying, “Lotta empty seats and a lot of orange gear in Los Angeles tonight. The Federales should charge the Chargers for leaving San Diego. What a crime. #NFL #MNF #DENvsLAC”.

Hamilton arrives at the SoFi Stadium during what is being widely regarded as one of the worst seasons of his career. He is currently at the P6 stage of the championship, behind the P5 finisher Carlos Sainz, who is currently 22 points ahead of Hamilton. The Briton had finished in the P5 position in 2009 and 2011, when he was with McLaren.