October 2022

Wolff hints at EXTENDED Lewis Hamilton F1 career

Formula 1: Toto Wolff is certain that the seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton will remain in Formula 1 past the 2022 season in the midst of speculations regarding his retirement. Meanwhile, Wolff, the Mercedes team principal suggested that the duo even joked about their partnership to run for another ‘five to ten years’. Follow Formula 1 LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

Wolff believes that Hamilton might stay after his contract expires in 2023 and said, “We talked a few weeks ago about how long our partnership can go and the number that was discussed was five to 10 years, so we can get to 400.”

Max Verstappen got his seventh win of the season after rival Charles Leclerc crashed out from the lead at the French Grand Prix on Sunday. The Ferrari driver frantically required a decent outcome to keep his blurring title trusts alive however he gifted rival Verstappen the race win and maybe the title with his blunder.

Formula 1: Mercedes’ boss Toto Wolff hints at EXTENDED Lewis Hamilton F1 career in the midst of retirement SPECULATIONS - Check Out
Formula 1: Max Verstappen wins his seventh race of the season in the form of the French GP.

While the French Grand Prix ended up being a day to forget for Leclerc and Ferrari, Mercedes Celebrated their first double podium finish of the season as both Hamilton and George Russell finished second and third. The exhibition of the W13 guaranteed the prior issues connected to the porpoising phenomenon were a long way.

Hamilton exploited Leclerc’s mistake to accomplish his best result of the season as he secured P2 behind Verstappen while Mercedes colleague Russell went along with him on the podium interestingly since his change from Williams.

Formula 1: Mercedes’ boss Toto Wolff hints at EXTENDED Lewis Hamilton F1 career in the midst of retirement SPECULATIONS - Check Out
Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton and George Russell enjoying as the duo finished second and third in the French GP.

Wolff was feeling happy and Hamilton was additionally a lot more joyful with Mercedes’ exhibition in France. The 37-year-old talked about his future after Sunday’s race, which was his 300th start in F1.

“I still feel fresh and as though I have got plenty of fuel left in the tank. I want to get back to winning ways and that is going to take time, but I am sure we will sit down at some stage to talk about the future. I want to keep building. One thing is racing but another is to continue to do more outside the sport (on social matters), which I think Mercedes and us can, and will do,” Hamilton added.

Hamilton has said in the past that he trusted he was not racing at 40 years old, but rather it presently appears to be like the Brit could stay on the grid for a long time to come. After a troublesome beginning to the season, Hamilton has worked on his fortunes and has finished on the podium for four consecutive races.

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