Formula 1: Hamilton’s failure in Canada? you can change that

Formula 1: Hamilton's failure in Canada?  you can change that

Formula 1: Hamilton’s failure in Canada? You can replace the superstar

06/13/2022 at 9:12 pm

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Marked by pain, Lewis Hamilton wakes up after race formula 1 From his Mercedes car in Baku. The “bounce” caused him severe pain in Azerbaijan.

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff talks after the race formula 1 Despite possible failure at the next Grand Prix in Canada in Baku. Silver Arrows have two options to replace Lewis Hamilton.

Formula 1: Hamilton’s failure in Canada is imminent

“I really can’t explain your pain, especially on straight. In the end you just pray it’s over,” Hamilton said after the race. He “bited his teeth” and finished it off only thanks to adrenaline.

Hamilton suffered from major headaches and back pain due to excessive bounce on the track in Azerbaijan. He wakes up in pain every morning, Britt reported.

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After the Azerbaijan GP, ‚Äč‚ÄčToto Wolff also talked about Lewis Hamilton’s potential failure. According to Wolfe, it is “definitely” possible. The pain has now increased so much that it is not just a muscle problem. “It really goes deep on the spine and has consequences,” Wolff explained.

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Formula 1: This is how Mercedes can replace Hamilton

Wolff said of Hamilton’s potential failure: “The solution may be to have someone in reserve, which we have every race, so that we can make sure our cars are running.” Mercedes has the leader Stoffel Vandoorne in the Formula-E Championship and Nick de Vries, also a Formula E driver, who is available as a reserve driver.


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They could theoretically be used in Canada next weekend. However, Hamilton plans to get back in the car in Canada. He tweeted: “However painful it is, we will continue to grow. Thanks for the love, see you next week.”

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