Ahead of the 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton says he doesn’t “look in the past and think of what I could have done better”.
This weekend Lewis Hamilton is returning to the track where he unjustly lost his eighth Formula 1 world title last year, after the race director interfered with the rules.
Ahead of this year’s race, Lewis was asked if he has any thoughts about his return to the Yas Marina Circuit, after what had happened.
“I don’t really think a lot about it so I don’t really have many thoughts on the last race here,” the Briton said.
“I’ve had many great experiences here in the previous years, even from the first race that I had here in 2009 where I was leading and had a brake failure.
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“I remember the feeling of having to retire in that race, so I’ve had lots of ups and downs in this race.
“I’m not necessarily focused on stuff that is behind me and am trying to be the best I can moving forwards in the days ahead.”
Asked if he had ever watched the last lap of the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix back, Lewis said:
“I don’t look in the past and think of what I could have done better in that respect.”