Lewis Hamilton is ready for the first GP of se season!

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Lewis Hamilton is ready for the first GP of se season!

Lewis Hamilton is ready for the Baharain GP, ​​where the Formula 1 2022 season starts at the weekend. Speaking in a video uploaded to the Mercedes Twitter page, Hamilton explained: "Of course the body gets older, fatigues and recovery gets slower.

But I wouldn't say I'm too out of shape. I still feel relatively on top. Do the improvements made to his pre-season preparation make me more dangerous? However, in another interview, Lewis also talked about his car, saying: "I don't think we will compete to win, but there is potential in the car to get there.

We just have to get it out and fix a couple of problems. But there is no talk of timing of just a week, I think it will take longer. We have several obstacles to overcome. Obviously, next week will give us the opportunity to better analyze our race pace.

However, I think people will perhaps be surprised. Everyone continues. to repeat that we are underestimating, but this will be a different year." Hamilton said the need for transparency awaiting the FIA ​​World Council tomorrow.

In the press conference of the drivers before the GP that inaugurates the 2022 F1 season, here are the most interesting statements. Hamilton said: "We have to be transparent as a sport and even the FIA ​​president, with whom I spoke yesterday, agrees.

It is also right for the people who follow us." This is Lewis' response on the FIA ​​Council and the report that is expected with the guidelines after the events of Abui Dhabi 2022. The other drivers have expressed the same opinion.

The world is getting used to Covid, but the virus is still there and we must be cautious. I continue to wear the mask, we must not run and take risks. We have to give people a message. Sorry for Vettel, I wrote to him. Not quite smooth testing, but perl most pilots did.

Slowly we are discovering the limits of the machine. I don't expect huge progress now, but it's the car from last weekend and we've learned a lot from testing."

Hamilton's career

Lewis Hamilton is, together with Michael Schumacher, the most successful champion in the history of Formula 1, with 7 world championships won: in 2008 with McLaren and in 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 with Mercedes.

He is also the driver with the most victories, podiums, pole positions and points in the history of the competition. Since his debut in the top category, Hamilton has won at least one race and one pole position during the world championship, making him the only driver in the history of the highest formula to have succeeded from the first season for fifteen consecutive years.

With seven world titles he is the most successful Briton of all time, as well as the only Anglo-Saxon to have managed to triumph for four consecutive editions (in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020). His race number is 44. Lewis was born in Stevenage, in the county of Hertfordshire, to Anthony Hamilton and Carmen Larbalestier.

His maternal family is originally from England, while his paternal family comes from Central America, more precisely from the State of Grenada, in the Caribbean Sea, from which his grandfather arrived in the United Kingdom in 1954.

Following the separation of the parents in 1987 , Hamilton lived with his mother and half-sisters Nicola and Samantha until the age of twelve, when he decided to move in with his father, stepmother Linda and stepbrother Nicolas.

He discovered his passion for motors in 1991, after receiving an electric model car as a gift from his father. Realizing Lewis' outstanding talent for racing, Anthony went into debt to get him on a kart, serving as his son's manager until 2010.

He is an Arsenal fan. He was engaged to Pussycat Dolls lead vocalist Nicole Scherzinger from November 2007 to February 2015. Since 2017 he has adopted a vegan diet and, again from that year, he has been involved in initiatives aimed at safeguarding the environment and animals.