Lewis Hamilton will race in the Canadian Grand Prix and says he “wouldn’t miss it for the world.”

Lewis Hamilton will race in the Canadian Grand Prix and says he “wouldn’t miss it for the world.”

Despite experiencing pain in Sunday’s race in Baku, Lewis Hamilton says he will attend the Canadian Grand Prix and “wouldn’t miss it for the world.”

The Briton had expressed concern about the upcoming race in Montreal, describing it as “the toughest race” of his career.

“Yesterday was tough, and I had some trouble sleeping,” Hamilton said, “but I woke up feeling positive today.”

“My back is a little sore and bruised, but thankfully nothing serious.”

“I’ve had acupuncture and physiotherapy, and I’m on my way to my team to work with them on improving,” the seven-time world champion wrote on Instagram.

Lewis Hamilton describes the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as “the most painful” he has ever experienced.

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix, in which Hamilton finished fourth, was “the most painful” race he has ever experienced due to his car’s high-speed bouncing.

He went on to say that the car was bouncing so badly at the start of Baku’s pit straight that he was afraid he’d crash.

Since the beginning of the year, Mercedes has been plagued by bouncing, which can be caused by a variety of factors.

Following Sunday’s race, team boss Toto Wolff said Hamilton was “definitely” a doubt for the Canadian Grand Prix, but Hamilton later tweeted to tell his fans he’d see them all next week.

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