Lewis Hamilton says he’s “already setting up” his winter “training camp”, so that he can “come back in the next season stronger than ever”.
Ahead of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton revealed he has already set up his winter “training camp” as he switches his focus to a possible title challenge in 2024.
“We had a one-two [in 2023] but I plan to do better this weekend,” Hamilton told Reuters.
“Right now I’m already thinking about my winter. I’m already setting up my training camp.
“It’s not just training, it’s recovery, it’s meditation, it’s cleansing the body, going through all these processes and dedicating time for that and also spending time with family and re-energising.
“I’m having that stuff planned so I can come back in the next season stronger than ever. With all this experience I have, I think I should be able to do a better job each year.
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“And I’m trying to get that [eighth] championship.”
Lewis then explained how much he loves racing in Brazil, where he has been named a honorary citizen.
“I love this track. It’s just such a cool track. There’s something so special about Brazil, there’s the energy here, it’s the people, the culture, the language which I need to learn.
“It just makes the whole place so special, that for me just energises me,” the Briton concluded.