Lewis Hamilton 'blacked out' in fighter jet after ignoring breathing advice


“They told me a breathing exercise that I should do, but I stopped doing it because I was like, ‘this is easy!’ – and then he turned and I just completely blacked out, so that was quite unique.”

Hamilton currently sits fifth in the Drivers’ Standings, behind teammate George Russell, world champion Max Verstappen, Carlos Sainz and leader Charles Leclerc of Ferrari. The Australian Grand Prix is set to be absolutely crucial for Hamilton’s quest to secure the elusive eighth world championship, which would take him clear of Michael Schumacher with the most in F1 history. 

Another below-par performance in Melbourne will see the Brit slip down the table – and his title hopes could move further out of reach. Mercedes are reportedly set to deliver upgrades to their car by the next race, with rumours that some parts have been accelerated due to their poor start. 

The 22-race 2022 campaign – which is expected to return to 23 races in the near future once a Russian Grand Prix replacement is found – continues with the Australian Grand Prix on April 10.


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