Britain’s Lewis Hamilton says the lack of racing in Formula 1 so far this year has left him feeling “a big void”.
The Mercedes driver, who will bid to equal the record of seven world titles if the championship can be started, says he “misses racing every day”.
“This is the first time since I was eight that I haven’t started a season. When you live and breathe something you love, there’s definitely a big void.”
But he added the coronavirus crisis had given everyone “time to reflect”. (Text and photo courtesy BBC)