Hamilton ‘blacked out’ in fighter jet after ignoring breathing advice | F1 | Sport

“They told me a respiratory training that I should really do, but I stopped carrying out it for the reason that I was like, ‘this is effortless!’ – and then he turned and I just absolutely blacked out, so that was really special.”

Hamilton now sits fifth in the Drivers’ Standings, driving teammate George Russell, world winner Max Verstappen, Carlos Sainz and chief Charles Leclerc of Ferrari. The Australian Grand Prix is established to be absolutely vital for Hamilton’s quest to protected the elusive eighth planet championship, which would get him clear of Michael Schumacher with the most in F1 background. 

Another below-par performance in Melbourne will see the Brit slip down the table – and his title hopes could shift further more out of reach. Mercedes are reportedly set to supply upgrades to their motor vehicle by the upcoming race, with rumours that some pieces have been accelerated thanks to their poor begin. 

The 22-race 2022 marketing campaign – which is anticipated to return to 23 races in the in close proximity to long run the moment a Russian Grand Prix replacement is observed – carries on with the Australian Grand Prix on April 10.