Angela Cullen is happy to return to Australia for her “home race”

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Lewis Hamilton’s physiotherapist and overall right-hand woman Angela Cullen, a New Zealander, says the Australian Grand Prix “is like a home race” to her.

The Australian Grand Prix has returned to the Formula 1 calendar for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic started in 2020.

Lewis Hamilton’s assistant Angela Cullen, although from New Zealand, is happy to return to what she considers to be her “home race”.

“It’s the Aussi vibe,” Cullen wrote on the Instagram account.

“So great to be back in Melbourne for the [Australian Grand Prix]. At the track today the energy was so high.

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“As a New Zealander I feel the Aussi GP is like a home race for me, as it’s as close as it gets and the people are so welcoming.

“Was so great to see so many inspiring future F1 engineers, mechanics and F1 staff who were there for the Girls on track experience.

“Keep reaching for the [stars], and Karl thanks for the shoulder massage. [We are] one big family,” Angela concluded.

To find out more about Angela and how she started working with Lewis, you can read our in-depth profile on her. You can also read a collection of fun facts about her and take a look at a few official Mercedes images featuring Angela.

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