From the time Lewis Hamilton stepped into Formulation 1, he has made the information regularly — be it for his performances on the monitor or his strikes off it.
Just a few years in the past, Hamilton got here beneath criticism for his life-style, with rumors of his love for partying making essentially the most noise. His physiotherapist Angela Cullen, nevertheless, was fast to defend him and quash all rumors.
The New Zealand native dismissed discuss of Hamilton being a “celebration boy” and stated (through GPtoday):
“I’ve spent the entire yr with him [Lewis Hamilton] and we partied possibly 4 occasions,” Cullen stated. He isn’t a celebration boy. If he has a three-week restoration between races he might need a drink to rejoice a race win, but when there’s a race assembly the subsequent week, he received’t drink in any respect.”
“He sometimes does loopy issues however not more than any regular individual. He’s essentially the most amazingly gifted and devoted athlete.”
Lewis Hamilton set to increase Mercedes contract until 2025
Regardless of critics bashing him for his private life, Lewis Hamilton has managed to tune out all of the criticism and ship when on the monitor. He received seven Formulation 1 world titles and helped set up Mercedes F1 because the grid’s most profitable workforce lately.
Whereas his contract with the Silver Arrows runs out on the finish of 2023, he’s set to signal a two-year contract extension that might preserve him with the workforce till the tip of the 2025 season. Sportune reported that the Briton’s new contract will entail a $49 million (£40 million) annual wage.
Staff principal Toto Wolff has all the time remained optimistic about Hamilton’s contract extension. He beforehand expressed confidence within the 38-year-old staying on the workforce past 2023. He stated:
“Properly, the job record is fairly lengthy [with] what’s wanted to be finished! Actually, Lewis’s contract is without doubt one of the matters that we are going to deal with over the winter, however there isn’t a agency deadline.”
“Completely [confident]. Lewis is a part of the workforce, and the workforce is a part of Lewis. [There’s] no cause to not proceed.”