Baku: Seven-time Method One champion Lewis Hamilton has quashed all of the hypothesis that he might miss this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix after Mercedes driver skilled extreme again ache throughout Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Sunday.
After a gruelling race in Baku, Lewis Hamilton has branded the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix as probably the most painful race of his Method 1 profession. The Brit began seventh on the grid and completed fourth, behind teammate George Russell, however he was in seen discomfort after the race. He described the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as “probably the most painful race I’ve skilled”.
Mercedes staff principal Toto Wolff stated his driver’s ache was not solely muscular however “goes correctly into the backbone and may have some penalties.”
Wolff added that the staff would “have somebody on reserve, which we anyway have at each race, to be sure that our automobiles run” in Canada.
Nevertheless, in a social media submit, on Monday Hamilton stated he was feeling higher following remedy from his physiotherapist and intends to race this weekend.
“Yesterday was powerful and had some troubles sleeping however have awakened feeling optimistic right now,” he stated.
“(My) again is somewhat sore and bruised however nothing severe fortunately. I’ve had acupuncture and physio with Ang (Angela Cullen) and am on the best way to my staff to work with them on enhancing. We now have to maintain preventing. No time like the current to drag collectively and we’ll. I’ll be there this weekend, wouldn’t miss it for the world.”