Patience has never been Lewis Hamilton's foremost quality. Used to rushing on circuits as well as off, the Brit doesn't like to wait. However, since his success on July 18 at home at Silverstone, the seven-time world champion has been running wild after the hundredth victory of his career in Formula 1. A nice round account that he dreams of. Which perhaps explains his nervousness about the last grand prix. And his clash with Max Verstappen a fortnight ago in Monza? Even if the responsibility of this one remains subject to debate, according to the camp to which one belongs while the Batavian received a penalty of three places on the next starting grid, the fact remains that Lewis Hamilton feels the weight of history weighed on his shoulders. When notis not that of the wheel of the Red Bull of the Dutchman on his helmet…
An accident from which he claims to have recovered well, thanks to the help of his faithful physiotherapist Angela Cullen:
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