Lewis Hamilton: “A bit of consistency is coming back finally”

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Lewis Hamilton says “it’s been such a difficult year for me personally in the car”, so P3 at the Canadian Grand Prix feels “in a sense” as good as a win.

Lewis Hamilton had a difficult time so far in the 2022 season. However, at the Canadian Grand Prix, he managed to produce a brilliant result, getting P3.

“To be working and working, working and not always seeing progress,” the Briton told Sky Sports F1 after the race.

“It’s been such a difficult year for me personally in the car. Qualifying yesterday was emotional for me, back in the garage we were like ‘wow, this is, this is beautiful for us.’

“We’ve been working so hard and then to have a strong race today just gives me so much hope and confidence that we can move forward.


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“There is potential in this car, it’s not currently where we want it to be but it’s just got a really small working window.

“If you don’t get it perfect, it’s all over the place. That’s the really, really hard thing to to navigate through.”

Lewis then said this podium feels like a win, under the circumstances.

“Obviously it’s different to a win but I think it feels as good as that in a sense. I’ve had a fourth and a third and a bit of consistency is coming back finally so I’m definitely grateful.

“And I know we can do better and I can do more,” Hamilton concluded.

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