Lewis Hamiltonpilot of Formula 1spoke about his future after the withdrawal of the German Sebastian Vettelimplying that he is still far from his retirement and is posed in the future as the oldest pilot when Fernando Alonso not this.
In an interview for Vanity Fairthe seven-time world champion confirmed that He is far from retirement despite his age.
Before we know it Fernando Alonso will no longer be there, what will happen then? Guess I’ll be the oldest on the grid.
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hamilton has contract until the end of the year 2023 with the team Mercedes, but he acknowledged that he is thinking of a possible renewal with the German squad.
I still have a mission. I still love driving, it’s still a challenge for me, so I don’t feel like I’m going to give it up any time soon.
The 37-year-old pilot assured that the withdrawal of Sebastian Vettel35, has not changed his plans about retirement, and all it has done is remind him that he is at the point in his career where the people he came in with are starting to leave the sport.
I am thinking about how to improve this car, what steps we have to take to become a winning team again, what is the map to win another world championship title, and what do we need to have everyone in this most aligned sport in terms of diversity.
Lewis Hamilton has won seven world titles and is currently equal in that figure with the German Michael Schumacher.
With the departure of Vettel, only Hamilton and Fernando Alonso have been competing since before 2010.
The 2022 season of the highest category will resume on Sunday, August 28 with the Belgian Grand Prix from the Circuit of Spa-Francochamps.
(With information from Europe Press)