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Hamilton after FP2 in Canada: “A complicated car to manage, I’ll try to keep it off the walls”

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There are not many reasons for Lewis Hamilton to smile after finishing ninth round of the 2022 Formula One World Championships, thirteenth in the second free training session of the Canadian Grand Prix. On the Montreal track, named Gilles Villanuev, the seven-time world champion driver suffered the most from the W13 best, which confirms the difficulties of this season. The British driver stopped at 1 “294 at 1’15” 421, setting the limit at 1’14 “127 against Max Verstappen. (By a difference of 4 tenths compared to Hamilton) scored from his teammate George Russell.

“The car will be like this for the entire championship”

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His comment to Sky Sports UK at the end of the day on the Quebec route was very bitter: “Honestly what I remember was not Canada. As we saw in these first two sessions, all I do is try to keep the car away from the walls. I find it very difficult because driving a car is so complicated. For example, when I encounter an obstacle, the car turns back to the asphalt and goes in different directions. It’s always like navigating between hops and grip, and it’s very difficult to manage“. The British driver continues his analysis and confirms that he could not find the right key for the W13 problem, at least from his point of view:”This is the car and it seems to me that this will be the full championship. In fact, in some cases we go back a few steps. The reality is, we have to keep our hands folded and busy“.

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