to race at Canadian Grand Prix and ‘couldn’t probably pass up on it’ in spite of agony

Lewis Hamilton moved out of his vehicle warily after the race and rubbed his back

Lewis Hamilton says he will be at the Canadian Grand Prix and “couldn’t possibly pass up on it” in spite of envisage torment in Sunday’s race in Baku.

The Briton had said he was “concerned” about the forthcoming race in Montreal following what he depicted as “the hardest race” of his profession.

“Yesterday was absolute and I experienced some trouble resting, however I’ve awakened feeling excellent today,” Hamilton said.

💨”My back is somewhat sore and wounded yet nothing important fortunately.”

The seven-time best on the planet comprised an Instagram post: “I’ve had needle therapy and physiotherapy and I’m en route to my group to work with them on getting to the next level.

“We need to continue to fight. I’ll be there this end of the week – I couldn’t possibly pass up on it.”

💨Azerbaijan Grand Prix ‘the most incredibly hard’ Lewis Hamilton has encountered

The rapid bobbing of his vehicle implied the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, in which Hamilton completed fourth, was “the utmost most agonizing” race he has encountered.

He added that the vehicle was skipping so seriously toward the beginning of Baku’s pit straight that he figured he could crash.

Mercedes have been distressed by bobbing, which has various causes, starting from the open of the year.

Group manager Toto Wolff said the driver was “most certainly” an uncertainty for the Canadian Grand Prix following Sunday’s race, however Hamilton tweeted later on Sunday to tell his fans he would see them usually one week from now.🔱