Hamilton's father did not talk to Lewis "for two years"

When he stopped being his manager in 2010, the relationship between the two was touched: "I'm not saying he broke my heart, but my heart was broken."


In the interview of Lewis Hamilton with David Letterman, the father of the five-time champion confesses that when he ceased to be his manager in 2010 the relationship between the two was very much touched: "Definitely, it was not my decision, since we were eight years old we had that father relationship -child in the races, with a 'be careful, I love you' and a handshake before each one. " Then, everything went wrong: "We do not talk to each other during that year and the next one, a long time. Now I see him and I think he did it to take care of himself, I'm not saying he broke my heart, but my heart was broken ".

" It was a moment that you know you have to get there, "explains Anthony Hamilton, who had guided Lewis' every step from karting to his signing for McLaren. Among the decisions that came later: the pilot left Woking, the one that had been his house, to sign for Mercedes when Brackley was still building the foundations of a champion team. "Probably was the most important decision of my life", acknowledged Hamilton to As this year referring to the change of team that then anyone pointed out as too risky. And now his father, who follows him to the majority of the circuits, celebrates all those victories from a second plane.



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