The Briton referred to the coronavirus recess, saying “it was really a little breathing room.”
The paralysis of the Formula 1 Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it affected the automotive field. However, this period of inactivity served as a relief for Lewis Hamilton. And is that the pilot of Mercedes He stressed the importance of this stage for his well-being and took the opportunity to talk about his future, in the previous Grand Prix of Great Britain.
“I would say that confinement, when we had the first part of the season canceled, while it was negative for many, in a way gave me a lot of life,” said the Briton at a press conference, adding: “Free time was really a bit of room to breathe. It gave me a little bit of renewed energy to maybe go further. “
Referring to his next departure from the circuit, the 35-year-old motorist analyzed: “There is a point where the physical and the mental part are going to be reduced, and I do not know when that will be, but I do not see that happening in the short term , at least, in the next two or three years ”.
Along the same lines, he commented that his good moment contributes to his validity in F1. “It is a period in which there is no other driver approaching me at the moment, and I am aware of it. My goal is to continue serving for as long as I can, I see myself going for at least another three years “, Hill.
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