Lewis Hamilton raises concern as he tells fans that he has the feeling to & # 39; give up everything & # 39; and wants to close & # 39; completely & # 39; in a worrying message
Lewis Hamilton has aroused fans' concerns after he went to Instagram to share a disturbing message.
Formula 1 driver, 34, uploaded a message about his stories on Tuesday, telling his 13.1 million followers that he had the feeling that he & # 39; was giving up everything & # 39;
Lewis wrote: & # 39; Honestly, I feel like giving up everything. Completely close. Why worry if the world is such a mess and people don't seem to care.
Cryptic: Lewis Hamilton has raised fans' concerns after he went to Instagram to share a disturbing message (shown at the Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday in Japan)
& # 39; I'm going to take a moment to collect my thoughts. Thank you to those of you who really give something about the world. & # 39;
It is unclear exactly what Lewis refers to the cryptic message, but the Formula 1 star speaks long about his fears for the planet and has recently launched a series of messages on Instagram shared about environmental destruction.
After uploading the post, a number of fans tried contacting Lewis via Twitter.
One wrote: & # 39; Please do not give up the world. There are people who care about you, while the world sometimes seems like you have to look for the positives. I promise there are some. & # 39;
Scintillating care: Formula 1 driver, 34, uploaded a Tuesday message on his stories, which he told his 13.1 million followers that he & # 39 feel; to give everything & # 39;
Another fan typed: & # 39; I'm so worried about Lewis. I hope he is doing well. & # 39;
In August, the racing driver unveiled his plans to open a new vegan burger chain in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cattle.
He was previously talking about his own decision to go vegan two years ago. He told me BBC: & # 39; I stopped eating red meat two years ago, I have usually been a pescatarian most of the year and now I have sliced fish.
Global warming: it is unclear exactly what Lewis refers to in the cryptic message, but the Formula 1 star has long been talking about his fears for the planet
& # 39; As humans, what we do to the world … the pollution (in terms of greenhouse gas emissions) from the number of cows that are produced is incredible.
& # 39; They say it is more than what we produce with our flights and our auto & # 39; s, which is quite crazy to think cruelty is terrible and I do not necessarily support and I want to live a healthier life lead & # 39.;
It is after Lewis was denied the victory at the Japanese Grand Prix that survived the typhoon due to a rare mistake by the all-dominating Mercedes.
The race was won instead by Valtteri Bottas – a one-three finish that secured the constructor title for the Brackley-based outfit for a sixth consecutive time.
And Lewis expects he will have to wait outside of Mexico, the next race on the calendar and a race that may be a struggle for his Mercedes team to secure his sixth Formula 1 World Championship.
& # 39; For me it has never been a matter of always wanting to rush things, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; I think Mexico is generally our worst race of the year because of the way our car is set up and it's going to be a tough one for us. The last few have been quite shocking, even though we have won the title there.
& # 39; I don't expect him (the decision maker) to be Mexico. I think we'll fight for a few good races. & # 39;
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