Lewis Hamilton pours his heart out ahead of the Italian GP

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Ahead of the Italian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton opened his heart to send out a message of hope and support to his fans around the world.

Hamilton posted his message on social media along with a red and green portrait of himself.

“There are two sides to me,” wrote Hamilton.

“First, the one you see on TV. The competitive, cutthroat, hungry racer in me that comes out when I close the visor.

“When the visor is down I come alive, all my fears, insecurities, and doubts are cast aside and my focus kicks in and will not break until the job is done.

“It feels like I get to have the superpowers I always dreamed of having, but behind the wheel.

“Second, there’s just me. Someone who is figuring life out day by day, just like you. Trying to find inner peace, manage time, balance work and life, finding time for family and friends, working on managing my emotions, and trying to find time for the other things I am passionate about.

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“Like many of you, I’m just trying to be and do my best in everything.

“I also have a lot of difficult days. Especially in the bubble that we’re currently in. You get lonely, you miss your friends and family, and with back to back race weeks it means there’s not much time for anything but work.

“So I’m grateful for the ones closest to me for helping me to keep a balance, even if it’s just thru text, phone or FaceTime.

“I guess what I’m trying to say is, It’s never a bad thing to ask for help if you need it, or to tell somebody how you feel.

“Showing your vulnerable side doesn’t make you weak, instead, I like to think of it as a chance to become stronger, and better than we were.

“Where ever you are in the world, I hope and pray you know you are incredible, gifted, talented, beautiful and strong, and no matter what anybody says, you can do almost anything you put your mind to.

“All you have to do is believe and do the work. Love,” concluded the six-time champion.

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