Hamilton apologises: "In the end, I'm just human too"

29-09-2020 16:36 | Updated: 29-09-2020 17:27
by GPblog.com
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Hamilton apologises: In the end, I'm just human too

During the Russian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was unhappy with the ten-second time penalty he received for starting practice twice in the wrong place for Sunday's race. On the on-board radio, he said that he was not happy with the way things were going. Two days after the race, Hamilton looks back on the events and apologises.

"I may not always do well when there are setbacks. I may not always react in the way you want when tensions are high," explains the reigning world champion in a statement he makes on his Twitter. "In the end, I'm just a human being and I'm passionate about what I do."

Keep learning and fighting

In the end he managed to finish third, after falling out of the points due to his time penalty. Hamilton did finish at an appropriate distance from race winner Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen, who came second. "I learn and grow every day and I learn my lessons and I will always keep fighting for the next one," Hamilton said.

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