Lewis Hamilton let’s loose at a nightclub after Miami GP

Seven time world champion, Lewis Hamilton blows off some steam by partying in a nightclub after the Miami Grand Prix.

The Miami Grand Prix concluded the fifth round of the Formula 1 2022 season. The race was a great spectacle and the inaugural event on a whole was a huge success for the sport. The Mercedes team had a strong performance in the United States. The German racing stable scored a double points finish with Lewis Hamilton crossing the chequered flag in P6, behind George Russell.

The team based out of Brixworth and Brackley have not had a smooth start to its campaign. Their star driver, Lewis Hamilton in particular has faced a lot of trouble with his W13. In Imola, Lewis was able to salvage a P13 finish and failing to score any points. However, the race at Miami saw the Brit add 8 points to his tally and take him to 6th position in the drivers championship.

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The seven time world champion has been held back by the porpoising issues of his Mercedes car. The Miami Grand Prix was hosted during a highly humid day in the city and the drivers have been reported to lose as much as 3kg of body weight after the race. Hamilton also lost out on a position to his team mate under the safety car and came home behind him.

To cut loose and celebrate the P6, Lewis Hamilton was spotted at a Miami nightclub. The Formula 1 star was accompanied by his physiotherapist, Angela Cullen. The two of them have also been seen doing sky diving together numerous times. However, this time around they decided to dance their troubles away in Miami.

The 2022 season still has a propsect of 18 races yet to come and Hamilton is hopeful that his team can make a comeback in the championship. The driver ended his previous season in a sour manner and surely has eyes set on a 8th drivers championship title.

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