“We live, we learn, and I’ll recover,” Lewis Hamilton staying optimistic despite massive disappointment at Singapore GP

Lewis Hamilton, the Mercedes F1 driver, after the Singapore Grand Prix, has revealed that he made a few errors during the race, but believes, he will bounce back stronger.

Lewis Hamilton (IMAGO / HochZwei)
Lewis Hamilton (IMAGO / HochZwei)

Lewis Hamilton, after a disappointing end to the Singapore Grand Prix, has indicated that he made a few errors during the race, but despite that fact, believes it was a great learning opportunity.

Lewis Hamilton started the race from P3 on the grid after a fantastic Saturday qualifying, however, as the race progressed the Mercedes maestro drifted down the grid and ended his exploits with a P9 finish.

After the race, Hamilton sounded pretty distraught with the result, and while talking about it said,When you fail, you get up and try again. It wasn’t the greatest day. My apologies to the Team, but we live, and we learn, and I’ll recover.

Lewis Hamilton has apologized to the Brackley-based Mercedes team for his errors during the race, but ardently believes that it was a good learning opportunity for him, and that going forwards, the Singapore experience will help him.

The Brit was running in the fourth position until lap 33 of the race, however, calamity struck as Hamilton misjudged the breaking point on Turn 7, and went straight into the barriers.

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Lewis Hamilton is going to eye a few more podium finishes in the remaining races of the 2022 F1 season

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes has not got the package this year that could challenge Red Bull or Ferrari, however, despite this fact, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton have managed to land their respective W13’s in the podium places quite a few times this season.

The Singapore Grand Prix was a great opportunity for doing the same but it just wasn’t to be for the former 7-time F1 World Champion.

After Singapore, the current campaign has got five races remaining on the calendar, and considering how well Lewis Hamilton has managed to secure podiums in lesser machinery compared to the top two teams, he would be looking to add a few more in the remaining races of the season.

Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

How many more podiums could you see Lewis Hamilton scoring in the remaining five races of the 2022 F1 season?

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Rishabh Negi is an F1 author at FirstSportz who ardently follows Formula One and is also a passionate supporter of the Arsenal football team. He has done his Master's degree from the Delhi School of Economics and sees writing about F1, as something, that provides him solace to disconnect from the everyday chaos of life.