Lewis Hamilton will head to this month’s Belgian Grand Prix “transformed” after making the most of his break from F1. All drivers and teams have enjoyed a four-week respite from the busy schedule, with action resuming at Spa on the weekend of August 26-28.
And the seven-time world champion will return seemingly rejuvenated after enjoying a summer break in Africa. The mercedes The man has visited four different countries on the continent and regularly updated fans on social media as he mingled with locals, climbed a volcano and walked among gorillas, among other things.
Prior to the break, Hamilton was making progress in recovering from his terrible start to the F1 season, with the Silver Arrows plagued by the porpoising problem. Heartbreaking moments for the F1 icon included first quarter elimination in Saudi Arabiaas good as to be overtaken by his 2021 rival Max Verstappen in Emilia-Romagna.
But despite yet to register a win in 2022, Hamilton has secured a podium in five consecutive races, most recently in Hungary where he was second behind Verstappen. While his recovery came far too late for a title challenge this year, hopes are high that he will be among the contenders in 2023, especially with the FIA agreeing to solve the problem of porpoising in sport.
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