While reviewing the 2020 Formula 1 season Lewis Hamilton revealed what he believes was his “stand-out performance” this year.
Unsurprisingly Lewis picked his dominant victory from P6 on the grid at the Turkish Grand Prix. Not only did he masterfully win the race, but also his seventh championship that equalled Michael Schumacher’s record.
“Turkey, naturally is the closest one to memory, because it was not that long ago,” said Hamilton.
“I think that was [the best] for me, in the circumstances we were faced with as drivers, and with it being so pressured, the championship could be won in that moment.
“I would say that for me was my stand-out performance.”
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Hamilton also revealed he did not change his approach to the season, despite it being delayed and compressed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I always take it one race at a time, it doesn’t change the approach at all.
“It’s just the season started much later, which meant that the normal build up, the normal race prep that I would have in building up to the first grand prix and arriving ready to peak shortly after – and then there was no races for a period of time.
“It was just trying to discover the best way to train and prepare yourself for the opportunity if it comes along that the season is going to start.
“It was weird to start mid-year, and all be in Europe and have back the triple-headers.
“But I think we showed strength and real depth this year as a team,” concluded the Briton.