Melbourne: Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has said that he will race in this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix despite his road accident in Monaco.
He said that he made contact with a stationary vehicle, but no one was hurt, news.com.au reported.
Speaking on the speculation that he could miss this weekend’s race, Hamilton, who was suffering from fever and met with an accident, said he is feeling better now and is looking forward to the Brazil GP.
Hamilton was also ruled out of a sponsor’s event in Sao Paulo following speculations that he would miss the Brazilian GP due to a fever.
The 30 year-old will aim to break his drought by claiming his first win in eight attempts in Brazil at Interlagos. (ANI)