After the end of his first race day in Austin, Lewis Hamilton was extremely dissatisfied with the numerous humps that caused quite a bit of trouble for racers on the Americas.
In his second free training, Hamilton achieved the fastest time, but after the end of his first racing day, he revealed to the media that he had never raced on such a “hump” track in his career.
“It was really difficult, since the humps are practically everywhere, and the car just jumps when driving. After the first workout, I had a severe headache because of it, I was sick and I simply lied. The afternoon was a little better as we made some adjustments to the car, but the situation is definitely not good. I felt terrible as my spine suffers greatly when racing over all these bumps. Something will no doubt need to be changed in the future. “