Lewis Hamilton revealed asking himself questions relating to his future whereas being underneath lockdown because of the coronavirus.
- Final Up to date: Might 25, 2020, 10:38 PM IST
Six-time system one champion Lewis Hamilton conceded he has been fascinated by his future within the sport, which stays suspended since March as a consequence of coronavirus pandemic.
The Brit revealed asking himself questions relating to his future whereas being underneath obligatory lockdown as a precautionary measure in opposition to the virus.
“I have days when I wake up and feel groggy, I don’t feel motivated to work out. I feel, ‘Jeez, where are we going? What’s next? Should I continue racing?” Hamilton was quoted as saying in a video shared by Mercedes as per Every day Mail.
“I think all these different things, and then I’m like ‘Damn it!’, and the next hour, or whatever, it passes, and I’m like ‘Damn! I love what I do! Why would I ever consider not continuing?”
Hamilton’s hopes of equalling legendary Michael Schumacher’s report of seven F1 titles this 12 months has been placed on maintain by coronavirus pandemic because the season stays suspended.
To date three races have been fully cancelled, particularly Australia, Monaco and France whereas seven races have been postponed, particularly Bahrain, Vietnam, China, Netherlands, Spain, Azerbaijan and Canada.
It was earlier reported that Austrian GP, at present scheduled for July 5, may host the primary race of the season behind closed doorways.
“September, October and November, would see us race in Eurasia, Asia and the Americas, finishing the season in the Gulf in December, with Bahrain before the traditional finale in Abu Dhabi, having completed between 15 and 18 races. We will publish our finalised calendar as soon as we possibly can,” F1 boss Chase Carey was quoted as saying by the official web site.
“We expect the early races to be without fans but hope fans will be part of our events as we move further into the schedule. We still have to work out many issues, like the procedures for the teams and our other partners to enter and operate in each country.”