Hamilton makes HUGE F1 retirement statement with Mercedes deal still not struck

Lewis Hamilton F1, has expressed his intention to remain a F1 driver for at least another five years, as he revealed that he is in the final stages of securing a new contract with Mercedes. The highly regarded seven-time world champion’s current contract expires at the end of this season.

Although Hamilton F1 and Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff have both hinted at an impending agreement, a new contract was not finalized in time for the British Grand Prix. However, Hamilton has confirmed his eagerness to continue his illustrious career in Formula 1. In an interview with the F1 Show on Sky Sports, he stated, “I’m hoping to be here a lot longer. I feel like I’ve got another five years in me at least. Let’s see. We’re close on a contract.”

Furthermore, Hamilton expressed his desire to contribute to the growth and development of the team beyond his on-track performances. He aims to help Mercedes regain their winning form and ensure their continued success in the sport.

Hamilton F1 Mercedes

He said:

“We have a lot to do not only on the track, but off the track we’re doing a lot of work with really trying to improve the pipeline.
Make the team and the sport more diverse. We have so many great things creatively that we’re doing as well together.
Plus, the most important thing is we want to win. We’ve got to get back there and get the Brits up on top.”

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