Hamilton wants to try a "healthier lifestyle"

The Englishman has revealed that he suffered a disease in the German GP that "annihilated him" and wants to change his way of enjoying the holidays.


Lewis Hamilton is the leading leader of the Formula 1 World Cup. With eight wins in twelve races, the Englishman takes 62 points for his most immediate pursuer, teammate Valtteri Bottas, and 69 for third-placed Max Verstappen. But, although it seems so, this season has not been a path of roses for the pentacampeón of the world. The Mercedes driver has acknowledged in a statement to the BBC that in the German Grand Prix he suffered a disease that "wiped out" .

"I have been getting out of the disease. It was not 'flu', as some have said, it was something that really annihilated me, " assures Hamilton. That weekend at the Hockenheim circuit, the British managed to make the pole but in the race he made two mistakes that cost him the victory. He finished eleventh although he finally ascended to the ninth position for the sanction of the two Alfa Romeo.

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Therefore, Hamilton says that these vacations are going to take a rest to recover and "return as strong as possible." "I've been fit all year, but I have to make sure I get my energy back. 2 In this break, I'm really focused on recovery and I'm really trying to make sure I get back as strong as possible," says. "I will spend a lot of time with the family," he says. "I am a night owl, and I tend not to sleep much, and I want to change that. I could try meditation, some different things, a healthier lifestyle. My close friends will do the same, so I will read much more. I am excited. for that reason ", underlines the English.

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With nine races ahead, the Mercedes driver is the big favorite to win the World Cup again but does not trust. "I really believe that the second half of the season could be much more difficult for us. 222222 I told my guys in Mercedes that I want everyone to send me an email, to be completely direct with me if they think there is something we can improve I want the second half to be even stronger than the first, "explains Hamilton, who adds that" Ferrari will once again be competitive on circuits like Spa and Monza "since" they will be fast on the straight lines and there won't be many curves. That's a good omen for them. " And finally, on Red Bull, he says that "they have been doing very well" and hopes "that they continue like this" .



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