Mesmerizing. And so the curtain came down, and he once again showed why he is on his way to enhancing as motorsport’s most celebrated of all time. However, it was not just about Lewis Hamilton, Covid-19, or Mercedes. To be honored as a GQ India International Man of the year, he thanked his Indian fans and talked about the deadly year.
Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton recently been honored as the GQ India International Man. Yet, for all his accomplishments on the track this year, Lewis, 35, has arguably been an even prominent hero off it. He has been one of the most vocal adherents of the open-ended social justice movement and thus, his voice has only developed more influential since then. With billions of people across the globe relating with him and his message, he can very well be called a rare blend of style, skill, and global influence, who is best is still to come.
Well, he has a very well peaceful message for his Indian fans, as he feels euphoric and grateful. The feeling is so stimulating to put into talks for him! It’s definitely impressive. Yet, among all the joy, he was also deeming about kids who look like him: The ones who have prominent dreams but are locked down, who are known they are not unique and do not possess what it takes.
Therefore, he just asks his fans to set the goal for this year or forthcoming one to improve on the dimmer areas, without endangering your race day play or performance.
The 35-year-old also talked about 2020, which has been a challenging year for everyone. He accepts the truth that it has also been the most difficult and challenging year not just personally, but for everyone, for whatever happened around the world. It has been emotionally exhausting. Yet, he tries to boost and encourage himself and every one by saying that there has also been this grand awakening. Thus, seeing people to push mutually has been uplifting and that is surely one of the greatest things about this year.
In addition, he shared his fondness and love for the culture, food, color, music. Moreover, he shared his dream of seeing a more unified world. He also wants to see more equity, particularly in terms of better education for kids as there are millions of children that do not have a way to one at the time.
Anyway, we hope his words do come true as soon as possible for the betterment of our future!
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