LEWIS HAMILTON made a uncommon mistake and crashed out throughout observe for the Canadian Grand Prix.
The drivers’ championship chief has received in Montreal on six events.
However he suffered a scare when he slammed into the wall at Flip 9 at round 130mph.
Hamilton punctured the suitable rear tyre on his Mercedes and considerably broken his flooring.
He apologised to the crew over the radio saying “sorry about that” and his storage determined to finish his session early.
In addition they changed the rear-end of his automotive as a precaution.
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The lack of running was a blow to Hamilton, who had dominated the first practice session.
And he was almost a second quicker than Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.
However, Leclerc topped the timesheets for the second session while Hamilton’s best lap time was only sixth quickest.