Mercedes driver Hamilton was one of the most affected drivers due to problems with defeat over the weekend of the Azerbaijani Grand Prix, battling the jumps that ruined his car at the end of a long straight.

Hamilton said during the race that he had a sore back due to a problem and then said he “kept and bit my teeth” to get through the race as he finished fourth.

Mercedes F1 chief Toto Wolf has called on the FIA ​​to intervene and find a solution to the problem, saying “something must happen” given the physical problems expressed by a number of racers.

Asked if he feared the pain could force Hamilton to miss the next race in Canada, Wolff replied: “Yes, definitely. I haven’t seen him or talked to him since, but you see, it’s no longer muscular. ”

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Writing on Instagram on Monday, Hamilton reported on his condition, saying that although the race in Baku was “difficult” for him and he had difficulty falling asleep last night, he did not think to miss the Canadian Grand Prix in these weekend.

«[My] the back hurts a little and is bruised, but nothing serious, thankfully, ”Hamilton said.

“I underwent acupuncture and physiotherapy with Eng [Angela Cullen, his physio] and I’m on my way to my team to work with them on improvement.

“We have to keep fighting. No time like the present to get together and we will.

“I’ll be there this weekend, wouldn’t miss it on anything in the world. I wish everyone a wonderful day and week. “

Mercedes was one of the teams that this season most struggled with the guinea pig problem, which emerged during pre-season tests after the return of the ground effect in the new generation of cars.

The bumpy street of Baku combined with the high-speed main line has forced a number of drivers to fight with physical force, which has again sparked a debate about safety around guinea pigs.

After the race in Azerbaijan, Hamilton admitted that “there were many moments when I did not know if I would have time” because of the pain and against the background of his struggle for control of the car when he jumped.

“I almost lost it at high speed several times,” Hamilton said. “So the battle with the car was tense. And then at the end, the last 10 laps to the flag, I just had to go inside, like, ‘you can do it, you have it.’ Just put up with it. ‘”

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