August 15, 2022

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At the Canadian GP, ​​Hamilton will be there despite a sore back

I will continue Straight shivers The departure and arrival of the Baku route is multiplied by 51 rounds of the Azerbaijan GP. Lewis Hamilton’s back was strained. The seven-time F1 champion has made no secret of his physical pain, with images of his struggles disembarking from Mercedes at the end of last Sunday’s GP all over the world. and Toto Wolff himself, in The usual post-race interviews The 37-year-old has generally not hidden his doubts about the possibility of being on track in Canada.


F1 2022, Azerbaijan GP: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) at the end of the race

Hamilton clicks his teeth Yes, because — in the most complicated back-to-back of the season that will lead to the circus moving from the Azerbaijani capital to Montreal on the other side of the world in a matter of hours — Sunday is still running. And, at least according to Wolfe’s words, Hamilton’s physical recovery may not be so obvious, with the reserves (Formula E World Champion, Nyck De Vries, pole position on Stoffel Vandoorne) being forewarned of a possible last-minute change. However, the Formula 1 superstar does not consider the hypothesis of a stop this time, especially since, three years after the last one, he returns to the race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal: one of the fiefdoms he played. Made his records.


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F1 GP Azerbaijan 2022, Baku: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes AMG F1)F1 GP Azerbaijan 2022, Baku: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes AMG F1)

Talk to Louis As is often the case, Hamilton shared his thoughts on his Instagram account. “I will be there next weekend – Louise posted in a story – I wouldn’t miss the Canadian GP for anything in the world. It was very difficult during the race, I also had some trouble sleeping, but I woke up with positive feelings. My back hurt a bit, but luckily it was nothing serious. I’ve done acupuncture and physiotherapy and feel like I’m coming back to work with my team and think about improvements to the machine. We have to keep pushing“.

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