Lewis Hamilton has been urged to ‘right the wrongs’ of the previous season with a spectacular comeback.


Lewis Hamilton has been urged to ‘right the wrong’ of the previous season with a spectacular comeback.

Lord Peter Hain, a Labour peer, believes Lewis Hamilton should return to Formula One next season to “right the wrong” of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Despite threats of action from Formula One officials after he failed to show up to an end-of-season trophy gala following his controversial title loss, Lewis Hamilton is refusing to respond.

Lewis Hamilton is not “100%,” according to Mohammed Ben Sulayem, the newly-elected FIA president, but he is confident that he will not retire from Formula One.

Following Hamilton’s absence from the prize-giving event last month, Mr Ben Sulayem stated in his first press conference that there may be “no forgiveness” for a possible rule violation.

“I sent him messages,” the new FIA President continued.

I don’t believe he’s ready to operate at full capacity right now.

You can’t say you blame him.

I understand his position; he is, after all, a driver.

“However, the rule is in place.”

It’s not about a specific driver or team for me.

In general, there are rules that we must follow, as well as the integrity of the FIA.

And I can’t pass judgment on anyone until I have all of the facts.”

During the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Hamilton appeared to be on his way to a record-setting eighth world championship, but a late safety car allowed rival Max Verstappen to pit for new soft tyres.

The Dutchman was also aided by race director Michael Masi’s controversial decision to allow some lapped cars to pass the safety car, giving Verstappen a free run on Hamilton heading into the final lap.

With speculation about Hamilton’s future rife, Labour peer Lord Peter Hain told This website that he hopes and expects the British actor to return next season to “right the wrong” of the season finale in 2021.

“He’s got a contract for another two years,” he said.

I believe that all of his fans, including myself, will hope and expect him to return to right the wrong that has been done to him.

“I’m hoping he’ll be able to overcome this just by his sheer ability.”

Racism and prejudice were not an issue for him.

He comes from a low-income family with a remarkable father.

“He’s the poor black kid who made it to the top,” says the narrator.

The majority of the other drivers come from affluent families.

That is not intended to be a criticism of them.

“I believe he will,” says the narrator.

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