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Canadian Grand Prix One of the Worst Races My Career – Lewis Hamilton

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Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has expressed deep dissatisfaction with his performance at the Canadian Grand Prix, describing it as “one of the worst races” of his career.

Despite showcasing a solid pace throughout the weekend, Mercedes failed to capitalise on their potential at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve fully.

Hamilton, who started seventh on the grid, managed to advance to fourth place in what turned out to be a thrilling race.

However, the 39-year-old was far from satisfied with his driving, citing numerous mistakes that marred his performance. His frustrations were compounded by a disappointing final run in Saturday’s qualifying session, where he dropped down the timesheets as his teammate, George Russell, secured pole position.

In an interview with Sky Sports F1, Hamilton candidly reflected on his weekend, stating,

“I’m not feeling much different. It was over the weekend just a really poor performance from myself. Yesterday, some other things came into it, but mostly myself. Then today, just one of the worst races that I’ve driven. Just lots of mistakes.”

Hamilton acknowledged that a better qualifying position could have significantly improved his race outcome.

“Of course, if I’d have qualified better, I would have been in a much better position. So it is what it is. I will go back to the drawing board,” he added, hinting at a need for self-reflection and improvement.

The British driver cut a disconsolate figure post-qualifying and remained visibly disappointed after the race.

The Canadian Grand Prix served as a stark reminder of Formula 1’s unpredictable nature, where even the most seasoned champions can face tough weekends.

For Hamilton, it was a humbling experience that he hopes will fuel his determination to bounce back stronger in the races ahead.

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