Lewis Hamilton said that the empty Formula One race on the coronavirus racing schedule, would be 'lonely' and not very encouraging.
- Latest update: June 25, 2020, 11:21 PM IST
Lewis Hamilton will launch his bid for the same record as the 7th Formula One in the world, feeling "lonely and lonely & # 39; not".
The 35-year-old British keeper is in Austria for the season on July 5 after the world championship ended its pre-coronavirus start in Australia in March.
However, a strict health protocol means there will be no fans in competitions, and that is what Lewis Hamilton understands but will not particularly like it.
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The pre-emptive driving is not going to be inspiring, it will be lonely, ”he said in a video posted by his team Mercedes.
Message from Advance & # 39; Lighting & # 39; in Austria! 🏁
❤️ Throw it out if you will support it at home! 👊 pic.twitter.com/3VHcMzTkG9
– Mercedes-AMG F1 (@ MercedesAMGF1) June 25, 2020
We're preparing for the best of what is going to happen in the toughest season, I think, in Formula 1 and all of us experiencing the difficult times we have to face, and the changes we make to make it work. "
Hamilton needs one more world title to match the 7-year record set by Michael Schumacher.