“It’s inevitable that when a car lands on your head, you’re going to have some sort of discomfort.“I definitely felt a bit of pain I think after th
“It’s inevitable that when a car lands on your head, you’re going to have some sort of discomfort.
“I definitely felt a bit of pain I think after the race and then I said I was going to get it checked out and I worked with Angela [Cullen, Hamilton’s physiotherapist, and assistant] straight after the race and during the flight had checkups the next day and then we just worked on it through the week with acupuncture and everything.
“I didn’t say I was dying. Of course, aware of the fact that in just a millisecond, anything can happen.
“And so I did feel grateful. It was difficult. It was intense. I was going through a lot of different emotions, didn’t always handle it the best.
“And that’s to be expected, there’s a lot of pressure from you working in a big team, there’s a lot of self-expectation and pressure because the desire to win is huge.
“I was just saying that I empathise and understand that but I know that we will continue to grow from this.”