Angela Cullen sends Lewis Hamilton message ahead of Monaco GP

Lewis Hamilton and Angela Cullen announced their split on the opening day of the recent Saudi Arabian GP weekend.

Lewis Hamilton’s former physio Angela Cullen has sent the seven-time World Champion plenty of positive messages ahead of this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, with the Mercedes driver targeting a strong performance.

Hamilton enters the iconic Monaco GP with the belief that the Silver Arrows can turn a corner at the Circuit de Monaco, with the side set to introduce their new concept.

This alone will have likely filled the 38-year-old with positivity; however, Cullen was on hand to show her support for the 103-time race winner, by posting a photo of the duo from the 2019 edition of the legendary race.

“Monaco MC Memories 2019 Niki Lauda RIP Pole/P1 Incredible focus Incredible weekend Dreams come true Let’s go……” Cullen captioned a photo on Instagram.

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The post came after another positive message: “The present moment. Find your stillness. That’s where you create magic. Let’s go.”

Hamilton’s last win in Monaco came in 2019, with it having been an emotionally challenging weekend for everybody at Mercedes, given that Niki Lauda died in the build-up to the Grand Prix.

Hamilton famously put on a defensive masterclass to keep Max Verstappen at bay, with the Mercedes driver’s concentration having been phenomenal.

Hamilton and Cullen recently announced their split during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, bringing an end to their seven-year partnership together.

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The duo remain very close friends though, with Hamilton having recently shared that they still talk almost every day.

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Cullen added another photo of the herself and Hamilton to social media, with her very much still being in the veteran’s corner.

“There is so much noise in the environments we have created around us and chose to live in, constant bombardment of information, from socials, phones, TVs, people around us, even our own minds with habits of overthinking and analysing are contributing to this constant chatter,” Cullen wrote on Instagram.

“The challenge is to be in the present moment, where nothing else exists, focus and find the quiet! This is where you will find your answers. This is where the magic happens. This is where dreams come true. Let’s go team LH.”