Lewis Hamilton’s dad explains why Mercedes driver makes no mistakes in races


Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton looks unstoppable at the moment as he looks set to win his 7th World Championship title. The Briton has gained complete dominance on the F1 grid for much of the past decade. He has only gotten stronger and is now in a position where he drives almost perfectly race after race.After his record-breaking Eifel Grand Prix race victory, Lewis’s dad spoke about his son’s insane ability and how he practically managed to undo mistakes in his game.

Anthony Hamilton a dit, “I think it’s all part of the karting experience. But as you get older, wiser and more experienced, you start to reinvent yourself.

“If you look at the way Lewis races now for the last 2-3 years he’s completely reinvented the way he approaches his running and driving.

“There is clearly no recognition of talent. But being able to develop tire control, to manage the race, also requires a lot of skill and patience.

The ace Silver Arrows certainly has full control over the car and is one of the best drivers on the grid when it comes to tire management. After all, he managed to win the British Grand Prix this year with practically only three tires.

Anthony Hamilton opens up about Lewis Hamilton and how his formative years made him what he is

Formula 1 F1 – Eifel Grand Prix – Nurburgring, Nurburg, Germany – Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes celebrates with a trophy on the podium after winning the FIA ​​/ Document race via REUTERS

Hamilton Sr attributes Lewis’s success to his years of training in karting and all the disciplines he learned while traveling from site to site.

He said, “We have been on the road to success in motorsport for thirty years. Lewis’s early formative years were arguably the most influential and important of his accomplishments today.

“To be honest, nothing has changed. We treat every day and every race like it’s our first race. I think that’s part of the reason he achieves greatness because he enjoys every day that he can run.

Having tied one of Michael Schumacher’s records in Germany, Lewis may well tie another at the end of the season.

Next in his eyes will be the record for most championships won and, with 69 points ahead of second-placed Valtteri Bottas, he’s almost ready to win the championship once again.


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