Lewis Hamilton completes fifth in first practice in front of Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton completes fifth in Abu Dhabi GP practice as he races interestingly since testing positive for Covid… while Mick Schumacher is given his introduction for Haas in FP1

Lewis Hamilton was given go-ahead to get back to activity following Covid
He missed last race in Bahrain yet is back for Abu Dhabi and participated practically speaking
English driver endured brake issue however returned to complete fifth eventually
Mick Schumacher, child of F1 legend Michael, made his introduction in Formula One

Max Verstappen finished fastest in his Red Bull car in promising signs ahead of the weekend

There is one unquestionable justification for why Lewis Hamilton has collapsed away his debilitated bed to partake in this dead elastic in the desert. It is called George Russell.

In his concise meetings in front of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the seven-time title holder could scarcely force himself to make reference to the 22-year-old who subbed for him seven days prior and would have dominated the Sakhir race in Bahrain however for two awful spots of destiny – a bungled refueling break and a late cut.

Hamilton was disappeared by Covid-19 and, by the sound of what he said on Friday, watched Russell’s dominance of his Mercedes apparatus through his fingers. Maybe from behind a chaise longue in the Bahraini illustrious castle that was his shelter.

Quit worrying about that Hamilton’s status in Formula One and British game is guaranteed – more posts, more brings home and however many championships as anybody ever – the need to substantiate himself on numerous occasions, a waiting uncertainty, is his unending prod.

There is likewise the question of an unsigned agreement. By passing up a great opportunity briefly time and permitting Russell one more opportunity to show his own rich yet youthful ability, he would barely have fortified his negotiating posture.

He is looking for a £40million-a-year bargain in the teeth of resistance from the Daimler board in Stuttgart, mindful of the devastated condition of the vehicle business, so each deft turn of the wheel by a possible faker to his seat is pretty much as welcome as gout.

The British driver made his return to track having missed the last race with coronavirus

So he was flown to Abu Dhabi by private jet and tested on arrival, having been granted dispensation to arrive here later than most of the 1,200-strong Formula One contingent. According to one high-placed source, he remained on board the plane until his negative result came in.


And he set the fifth fastest time in the first practice session on Friday as he suffered brake problems. He was then second fastest later under lights, with team-mate Valtteri Bottas quickest.

‘I don’t need to do any more to seal what I have done,’ said Hamilton defensively. ‘I don’t feel I have anything to prove. I am just here to have some fun.’

He was 18th out of the 20 drivers and is still getting to grips with the new car ahead of 2021

And Russell’s super-sub display? ‘George did an amazing job, and everyone knows that,’ he added with a warmth President Macron reserves for British fishing rights. ‘In my 27 years of racing I hadn’t missed a race. It was definitely odd. One day I will write a book about it.’

Hamilton — without his trusty trainer Angela Cullen, who is still self-isolating, this weekend — declined to talk about his coronavirus experience, saying: ‘I am good. I am happy to be back.


It (the virus) is not something I really want to go into deeply, that’s for sure. I am just happy to be back in the car and grateful to be back with the team.

‘The car wasn’t quite the way it was when I left it. The balance wasn’t the same. I’m working my way back to where I’m comfortable.’

Kimi Raikkonen had a more lively day, when the engine of his Alfa Romeo blew. He calmly removed the steering wheel as the flames lapped the rear of his car.

Even in the wake of Romain Grosjean’s serious fire a fortnight ago, the Iceman’s sangfroid did not melt and he stepped out without hurry.

As for Hamilton, he will be as desperate to notch his 96th win on Sunday as he was his first in 2007. That is him to a tee.


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