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The British driver was extremely excited at the awards ceremony, but revealed in a confession on social media, who is the woman who changed his life.
Lewis Hamilton has said all about the woman who changed his life
This is Angela Cullen (46), a physiotherapy specialist from New Zealand.
“When I started F1 I had, like every driver, a male physiotherapist. I could have won races, I became world champion in the second season, but it wasn’t a Grand Prix weekend I didn’t want to. My leg hurt. I had cramps, I had cramps, my throat hurt, I didn’t rest well.
I met Angela in London and was struck by how positive she is. She wakes up and falls asleep smiling, pulling you behind her during the day. He has iron hands “, Hamilton confessed.
Angela Cullen is the first person Lewis Hamilton sees in the morning, introduces him to the program, is the woman who accompanies him throughout the day and is the last person to leave him before the race.
Lewis Hamilton, seventh world title
“I can’t find my words after this victory. I thank my teammates for giving me this chance, I’m very proud of them. I was aware that today we don’t start with the first chance and we did everything possible.
I lost a championship in 2007, now I have learned my lesson.
I have to thank my family, I have dreamed of it since I was little and I was watching the Grand Prix, this is the road behind our dreams. This title is for children who dream of turning the impossible into something possible.
Guys, you can do it! You have to work for it, for what you aim for, and never doubt your qualities! “ said the Brit just after his seventh career world title.
The Brit also won the world title in 2008, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019, and through today’s performance has equaled the seven-win record that has been held to date by the legendary Michael Schumacher (1994, 1995, 2000 , 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004).
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