Lewis Hamilton struggles: Mercedes analyzes how to continue ahead of Canadian Grand Prix

Alarms go off for Toto Wolff ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton It causes unbearable pain in the lower back due to the intense rebound that the Mercedes produces. Several attempts have been made to fix the problem but to no avail. In this sense, the captain analyzes how to continue without jeopardizing Hamilton’s health.

Lewis Hamilton The Azerbaijan Grand Prix has been ranked as one of the most painful races of his entire Formula 1 career. Seven times world champion He suffered from porpoise hunting in Baku Street Circuit and could not hide his excruciating pain after the event ended. He struggled to get out of the car and his gait showed his bad time in this competition.

In the long term, Hamilton’s pain can be more severe.

“This was the most painful race I’ve ever had. I don’t want to have that bounce again. I would do anything to avoid it again. There were so many times that I nearly hit the wall. So this was a safety concern, not hitting the wall at 300 km/h. I don’t think I had to think about it much before as a racing driver. It was a very strange experience.” Lewis Hamilton to current media.

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