Formula 1 The Mercedes driver finished second in the French Grand Prix at Paul Ric
Last weekend in Paul Ricardthe Formula 1 disputed a suffocating French Grand Prix, with over 30°C room temperature.
After the race, the pilots showed exhausted for the effort made on the track, but the rider who suffered the most from those on the podium was Lewis Hamilton.
The seven-time world champion could not stand up from the exhaustion accumulated by the Grand Prix, but mainly because the hydration system in his Mercedes W13 did not work.”It was a tough race because my drink bottle didn’t work. It’s been a great result, considering we’ve been so far away from Vestappen and the Ferrari drivers all weekend,” explained Hamilton.
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And giving more details about the problem he said: “I was sucking on the device and no water came out. It’s the first race I’ve done like this”he admitted. “I haven’t seen the weight at this time, but I I imagine I’ve probably lost about three kilos.