Lewis Hamilton wants to achieve his successes on the track as fairly as possible. The Brit points to his past and what he learned from his father.
Hamilton has collided with his big competitor on the track, Max Verstappen, a number of times this year. The Briton also gets the necessary comments every now and then, for example, the crash at Silverstone is often blamed on his shoes and there are also fans who point the finger at Hamilton with the blame for the crash at Monza, where Verstappen’s car is on top. that of Hamilton ended up.
Upbringing of father
In an extensive interview with various media, Hamilton once again states that he wants to win as honestly as possible. The Brit attaches just as much value to it as achieving his goals. “That’s how my father raised me. He told me to do the talking on the track. As a child I was bullied a lot, both at school and on the track. Together we wanted to beat them the right way. Not by clashing “, says the candid Hamilton.
As pure as possible
The seven-time world champion tells why he feels this way. “That way there is no denying that you are simply better. When you have collisions, people always fall back to those moments and see it as the driver’s tactics. I want to be as pure as possible as a driver. I want successes achieve with speed, determination and hard work so that there is no denying my achievements at the bottom of the line.”