After her dramatic breakup with Lewis Hamilton, Angela Cullen just wrote an impassioned letter. After parting ways with the British driver and the Mercedes team, Cullen posted on Instagram to express her feelings.
For many people, the abrupt breakup between Hamilton and Cullen has come as a shock. The New Zealander made the decision to share her next challenge and ambition through a video while the F1 world recovers from witnessing the incredible duo go their separate ways.
The former physio of the seven-time world champion commented on her official Instagram account that it’s important to surround oneself with obsessive people while beginning a new task and setting new goals.
She used the word “obsessive” to describe attendees who are fixated on the goal at hand. Find people you trust who share your underlying principles, she further said. People with the capacity to instruct, motivate, and, most of all, spread love while having a good time.
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It Was Lewis Hamilton Who Pulled the Plug
Everyone has become accustomed to the division between the two at this point. It is obvious that Hamilton broke up with the blonde because she is no longer seen with him. But who made the initial decision to do it?
Those who still aren’t sure who cut the cord should know that it was the Mercedes driver himself, as Wolff revealed to the media when the news of their breakup spread like wildfire.
The F1 driver opted to cancel the professional bonding, according to the Silver Arrows chairman. If things stop working out, he remarked, we must be honest about it before making changes.
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Hamilton and Angela Together, in Mercedes
In 2016, Angela Cullen began working with the Mercedes star. She joined as the Briton’s personal trainer through the well-known Hintsa coaching company.
Throughout the race weekend, it was common to see the pair strolling and conversing in the paddock together. The British driver’s bulldog Roscoe would be in the care of the New Zealander if Hamilton wasn’t around.
The two collaborated for a good seven years, earning numerous honors. They won six team championships and four individual ones throughout their time together.