Hamilton hit three cars in Monaco accident
Lewis Hamilton's Monaco motor vehicle accident included three parked autos, but no alcoholic drink, according to reviews.
News of Hamilton's traffic mishap broke yesterday, when the 2015 world-champion exposed on Instagram that it turned out to be a contributing element to his delay in arriving in Brazil.
Reports have now surfaced indicating the crash really occurred in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, rather than Monday evening, which it called for three parked vehicles rather than simply the one that Hamilton mentioned in his social networking explanation.
British paper The Telegraph has even printed a declaration it claims is from Monaco's Palais de Justice, which supports that three other vehicles were involved with the crash and that booze had not been a variable.
"Mr Hamilton's foot slipped on the brake and clutch pedals and his automobile hit three parked automobiles," a police representative apparently told The Telegraph. "Mr Hamilton was analyzed for booze but the effect was negative."
Hamilton has since found its way to Brazil, and claims he's feeling closer and near to total wellbeing ahead of the weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix. Read Source
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