Lewis Hamilton mentioned that driving previous empty stands in System One in a race calendar ravaged by coronavirus, will likely be ‘fairly lonely’ and ‘not too inspiring’.
- Final Up to date: June 25, 2020, 11:21 PM IST
Lewis Hamilton will start his bid for a record-equalling seventh System One world title, feeling “lonely and uninspired”.
The 35-year-old Briton will get the season underway in Austria on July 5 after the world championship endured a pre-coronavirus shutdown false begin in Australia in March.
Nonetheless, strict well being protocols imply that there will likely be no followers on the races, an element that Lewis Hamilton understands however will not significantly take pleasure in.
“Driving past empty stands is going to be not too inspiring, it’s going to be quite lonely,” he mentioned in a video posted on-line by his Mercedes workforce.
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“We are preparing the best way we can for what is going to be the most difficult season, I think, that Formula 1 and all us have experienced with the difficult times that were facing, and the changes that we have to make in order to operate.”
Hamilton wants yet another world title to equal the report of seven set by Michael Schumacher.