Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he still suffers from nerves ahead of every race and that the danger factor in F1 is part of its appeal.
Speaking in an interview with Sir David Frost, to be screened on Al Jazeera English, the 2008 World Champion offered some insight into his mental preparations for a grand prix.
"Trying to control your nerves is such a challenge... even today I still have nerves," he said. "If I don't have those nerves it means I'm not prepared."
And some of those nerves come from the fact that motor racing is dangerous, which Hamilton concedes is part of the thrill.
"It definitely is dangerous and I'm glad that it still has that danger factor to...
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