Hamilton is lost on Thursday

The Briton will attend the tribute in memory of the late designer Karl Lagerfeld and does not arrive in time for press conferences.

Lewis Hamilton does not arrive in time to participate in the press conferences set by his team for this Thursday at the French GP. The British takes several days in Paris coinciding with the Fashion Week and has asked permission to Toto Wolff to attend the tribute in memory of Karl Lagerfeld, important designer who died in February. He will arrive at Le Castellet in the late afternoon.

Three consecutive victories and five in seven grand prixs have reinforced the advantage of Lewis, leader since the Chinese GP, with 29 points over his partner, Valtteri Bottas, and 62 more than the first 'no Mercedes' in the classification, Sebastian Vettel. The pentacampeón, of 34 years, is the unique pilot of the present grill that has won in Paul Ricard, the last year, and only Raikkonen is added to him like winner of the GP of France, that had ten years of absence.

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