Lewis Hamilton risks missing the Monte-Carlo GP: that's the reason



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Lewis Hamilton risks missing the Monte-Carlo GP: that's the reason

Lewis Hamilton is likely to miss the Monte-Carlo GP, the most anticipated F1 season event of the season. The British driver's season so far has been lacking in success and satisfaction, especially considering that Hamilton has won a lot in recent years, dominating his rivals by losing the title last year in the last incredible race he lost on the last lap.

by Max Verstappen. The Monaco Grand Prix is ​​always an unmissable event: everyone dreams of racing and speeding through the streets of Monte Carlo. Considered to be the most glamorous Grand Prix of the year, it actually risks falling off the F1 calendar.

This year, however, there will be: the GP in the Principality is scheduled for 29 May. Lewis Hamilton is now in danger of skipping Monte-Carlo. FIA has decided to introduce new stringent rules and to force drivers to remove piercings and jewelry before entering the car: a decision that is not at all liked by the seven-time world champion, who has obtained an exemption for some piercings.

difficult to remove. Hamilton would like an exemption for the whole season, but at the moment the decision of the FIA ​​for the GP that will take place in the legendary track of Montecarlo is not known. Anyway it seems very unlikely Hamilton could skip this important event.

The rumors about a possible withdrawal of the British pilot are increasingly insistent, but currently they are rumors that are not confirmed.

Lewis Hamilton ha his amazing career

Hamilton is the most successful champion in the history of Formula 1, with 7 world championships won: in 2008 with McLaren and in 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 with Mercedes.

He is also the driver with the most victories, podiums, pole positions and points in the history of the competition. Since his debut in the top category, Hamilton has won at least one race and one pole position during the world championship, making him the only driver in the history of the highest formula to have succeeded from the first season for fifteen consecutive years.

With seven world titles he is the most successful Briton of all time, as well as the only Anglo-Saxon to have managed to triumph for four consecutive editions.